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Brainious

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  • December 10, 6:30pm

Event in collaboration with APL 

What’s the secret to nurturing the development of a child’s brain? In this illuminating 2017 documentary called BRAINIOUS, journalist and director Stéphanie Brillant assembles experts from neuroscience, psychology, culture and education to help us better understand how a child’s brain develops through social and emotional experiences.

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Psychologies Magazine

Intended for parents and educators alike, in order to promote the fulfillment of children through the realization of their potential.

L'Obs

New ways for better raising children in order to ensure and benefit from the fulfillment of their potential.

The documentary will be followed by a Q&A with the documentary director

A journalist, movie director and TV host at France24, TV5Monde and Canal+, Stéphanie Brilliant has dedicated her career to the study of human potential. In 2007, she founded the media production company "Innertainement" to entertain audiences with content of substance and value. Her projects include L'incubateur June, a docu-style series about  young female entrepreneurs and Innertainementforkids.com, a media library for parents and children. BRAINIOUS is her first feature-length documentary.

Panel in collaboration with APL.

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Past Panels

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  • French and American Democracies Today

    March 20, 2017

    Panel with Robert Y. Shapiro, the Wallace S. Sayre Professor of Government at Columbia University, Philippe Coste, journalist for the French online news site Mediapart, and Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson, co-producer of 60 Minutes. Discussion moderated by Sean Lynch, with ample time for questions and comments from the audience
  • Social Media for Our Children and Ourselves

    February 22, 2017

    To analyze the consequences of this phenomenon, Catherine Blaya, professor of science education at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis and who oversees the International Observation Center for Violence in Schools, was invited by the Lycée.
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  • Cultural Heritage and Armed conflict

    December 5, 2016

    Today as conflicts rage in the world and opposite ideologies are at war, we see historical cultural treasures disappearing. What are the laws and texts in place to protect those places and how effective are they? Is it possible to better protect this heritage? Is technology part of the solution? All of these questions were addressed by a panel of experts from different regions of the globe.
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