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2018 Careers Agora : Offering better careers guidance to students


At the initiative of the Department of Education, Youth and Sport, under the leadership of Isabelle Bonnal, the 2018 Careers Agora was held on Tuesday 30 January at the Rainier III Auditorium, in the presence of numerous personalities from the Principality including Patrice Cellario, Minister of the Interior, and Didier Gamerdinger, Minister of Health and Social Affairs. Keen to offer …

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Monaco Honours New Citizens

Monaco New Citizens 2018

A proud group of 41 people, who acquired Monegasque nationality over the past year, were honoured at a ceremony organized by Mayor Georges Marsan, in the presence of elected municipal officials, at the Town Hall. After recounting the history of Monaco and presenting its different institutions, in particular, the Town Hall, Mayor Georges Marsan and his elected officials shared a …

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Coface Conference for Economic Decision-Makers in the Principality

Julien Marcilly Coface Risk Conference

The Monaco Economic Board (MEB), Banque Populaire Méditerranée and Gramaglia Insurance, held a new conference entitled “Country Risk: Analysis and Business Opportunities” recently at the Salon Bellevue in the Café de Paris. For the fourth year in a row in the Principality, Julian Marcilly, chief economist for Coface, outlined the main global economic trends evoked at the Country Risk Symposium …

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The Principality Takes Initiatives to Promote Model Health Care Screening


The Prince’s Government is following up in its desire to place Monaco among model countries in terms of public health. This initiative is in line with a long-standing approach to continuous improvements in all major aspects of public health prevention in the Principality. HelloMonaco wishes to help in communicating these initiatives so that they have the broadest possible reach. Created on …

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Scientific operations carried out by Yersin exp​e​dition

Yersin exp​e​dition​

Between late August and early October 2017, Monaco Explorations completed 53 mission days at sea and travelled 3,150 nautical miles (5,800 kilometres). With its original scientific research, both at sea and on land, diplomatic missions aimed at protecting the oceans, media outreach to raise awareness, including among young people, and the distribution of educational tools, the initial stages of this …

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