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They are 14 in number, of all kinds and come from the five continents; this is the program for the first edition of the Villa Medici festival, which will take place in Rome from September 15 to 19, 2021. Seven of the films presented will make their world premieres, while 5 others will make their Italian premieres.

Produced between 2020 and 2021, that is to say in the midst of the health crisis, the films in competition are the fruit of the work of “filmmakers accustomed to festival circuits”, “young artists fresh out of art schools” d “Self-taught or” international figures of contemporary art through an anonymous collective “. Committed, intimate and even historical production, the selected films have been brought together around a single question “What can cinema do?” “.

The 14 films selected in international competition

AMANSA TIAFI (PUBLIC TOILET AFRICA) de Kofi Ofosu-yeboah (2021, Ghana, 95′)

Italian premiere

Ama returns to the city where, as a child, she was offered to a collector of white art, to recover her stolen childhood, with the support of a former lover.

AMANSA TIAFI (PUBLIC TOILET AFRICA) de Kofi Ofosu-Yeboah

ASSOCIATIONS by Ed Fornieles (2021, United Kingdom, 39 ‘)

World premiere

The filmmaker’s subconscious is represented by a chain of seemingly endless images, while we hear his mind wander in a trance state where memories, thoughts, and feelings arise and disappear.

BETWEEN THE HEA VENS AND ME by Alfredo Jaar (2020, United States, 25 ‘)

World premiere

Between the Heavens and Me is a diary filmed in confinement in the first months of Covid-19 in New York.

BETWEEN THE HEA VENS AND ME d'Alfredo Jaar

THE GREAT MOVEMENT by Kiro Russo (2021, Bolivie, France, Qatar, Suisse, 85 ‘)

Roman first

After a seven-day march with his companions, the young Elder arrives in La Paz to try to return to his work in the mine. The big city is overwhelming, and Elder begins to feel sick.

GRAVEYARD CONNEXION by Jonathan Pêpe (2020, France, 11 ‘)

Italian premiere

It is said that in five years Facebook will have more dead than living. Are the Datacenters intended to become memorials, storing the residual files of the deceased?

THE HOLE by Michelangelo Frammartino (2021, Italy, France, Allemagne, 93 ‘)

Roman first

August 1961: in the Pollino massif, in Calabria, the Piedmontese Speleological Group discovers the second deepest cave on earth, the Bifurto Abyss.

THE HOLE by Michelangelo Frammartino

INSIDE THE RED BRICK WALL du collectif Hong Kong Documentary Filmmakers (2020, Hong Kong, 88′)

Italian premiere

November 2019: The freedom movement in Hong Kong chose the Polytechnic University as its base. With the police blocking all exit routes, the university is under siege.

LÈVLA TÈT DANN FÉNWAR by Érika Étangsalé (2021, France, 51 ‘)

International premiere

Jean-René is a retired worker. He has lived in France, in Mâcon, since his emigration from Reunion Island at the age of 17. Today, for the first time, he tells his daughter his story.

LÈVLA TÉT DANN FÉNWAR de Érika Étangsalé

THE LOST DOG de Amie Barouh (2021, France, 13’48)

World premiere

A dog is lost in the Gare du Nord district. He passes from hand to hand while discovering the contradictions of the neighborhood.

THE LOST DOG de Amie Barouh

PERFECT LITTLE FRIEND by Kaori Kinoshita and Alain Della Negra (2021, France, 88 ‘)

World premiere

In Japan, three adults fall under the spell of Rinko, character from the video game LovePlus. This virtual idyll takes them for a weekend in the seaside town of Atami.

REPÜBLICA by Grace Passô (2020, Brazil, 15’30)

Italian premiere

The pandemic reveals the extent of the necropolitics operating in the country as society goes through an ethical crisis in the face of a government that expresses colonialist power.

THE FOULED COMPASS de Madison Bycroft (2020, Australie, France, 24′)

World premiere

Taking its name from a poem by Adrienne Rich dating from 1973, the film takes as its starting point the floating as a methodology of disorientation and practice of pleasure.

THE FOULED COMPASS de Madison Bycroft

THE WORKS AND DA YS (of Tayoko Shiojiri in the Shiotani Basin) by CW Winter and Anders Edstr6m (2020, United States, Sweden, Japan, United Kingdom, 480 ‘)

Italian premiere

The film is a geographical description of the work and non-work of a farmer: a portrait, over five seasons, of a family, a land, a sound space and time itself.

WILL YOU GIVE UP? by Pascale Bodet (2021, France, 72 ‘)

International premiere

Paris, first third of the 21st century. Edouard is a painter, Charles a poet. They are friends but discouragement lurks in the face of adversity. Gulcan, a stranger, appears out of nowhere. An idea comes to him.

WILL YOU GIVE UP?  by Pascale Bodet

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They are 14 in number, of all kinds and come from the five continents; this is the program for the first edition of the Villa Medici festival, which will take place in Rome from September 15 to 19, 2021. Seven of the films presented will make their world premieres, while 5 others will make their Italian premieres.

Produced between 2020 and 2021, that is to say in the midst of the health crisis, the films in competition are the fruit of the work of “filmmakers accustomed to festival circuits”, “young artists fresh out of art schools” d “Self-taught or” international figures of contemporary art through an anonymous collective “. Committed, intimate and even historical production, the selected films have been brought together around a single question “What can cinema do?” “.

The 14 films selected in international competition

AMANSA TIAFI (PUBLIC TOILET AFRICA) de Kofi Ofosu-yeboah (2021, Ghana, 95′)

Italian premiere

Ama returns to the city where, as a child, she was offered to a collector of white art, to recover her stolen childhood, with the support of a former lover.

AMANSA TIAFI (PUBLIC TOILET AFRICA) de Kofi Ofosu-Yeboah

ASSOCIATIONS by Ed Fornieles (2021, United Kingdom, 39 ‘)

World premiere

The filmmaker’s subconscious is represented by a chain of seemingly endless images, while we hear his mind wander in a trance state where memories, thoughts, and feelings arise and disappear.

BETWEEN THE HEA VENS AND ME by Alfredo Jaar (2020, United States, 25 ‘)

World premiere

Between the Heavens and Me is a diary filmed in confinement in the first months of Covid-19 in New York.

BETWEEN THE HEA VENS AND ME d'Alfredo Jaar

THE GREAT MOVEMENT by Kiro Russo (2021, Bolivie, France, Qatar, Suisse, 85 ‘)

Roman first

After a seven-day march with his companions, the young Elder arrives in La Paz to try to return to his work in the mine. The big city is overwhelming, and Elder begins to feel sick.

GRAVEYARD CONNEXION by Jonathan Pêpe (2020, France, 11 ‘)

Italian premiere

It is said that in five years Facebook will have more dead than living. Are the Datacenters intended to become memorials, storing the residual files of the deceased?

THE HOLE by Michelangelo Frammartino (2021, Italy, France, Allemagne, 93 ‘)

Roman first

August 1961: in the Pollino massif, in Calabria, the Piedmontese Speleological Group discovers the second deepest cave on earth, the Bifurto Abyss.

THE HOLE by Michelangelo Frammartino

INSIDE THE RED BRICK WALL du collectif Hong Kong Documentary Filmmakers (2020, Hong Kong, 88′)

Italian premiere

November 2019: The freedom movement in Hong Kong chose the Polytechnic University as its base. With the police blocking all exit routes, the university is under siege.

LÈVLA TÈT DANN FÉNWAR by Érika Étangsalé (2021, France, 51 ‘)

International premiere

Jean-René is a retired worker. He has lived in France, in Mâcon, since his emigration from Reunion Island at the age of 17. Today, for the first time, he tells his daughter his story.

LÈVLA TÉT DANN FÉNWAR de Érika Étangsalé

THE LOST DOG de Amie Barouh (2021, France, 13’48)

World premiere

A dog is lost in the Gare du Nord district. He passes from hand to hand while discovering the contradictions of the neighborhood.

THE LOST DOG de Amie Barouh

PERFECT LITTLE FRIEND by Kaori Kinoshita and Alain Della Negra (2021, France, 88 ‘)

World premiere

In Japan, three adults fall under the spell of Rinko, character from the video game LovePlus. This virtual idyll takes them for a weekend in the seaside town of Atami.

REPÜBLICA by Grace Passô (2020, Brazil, 15’30)

Italian premiere

The pandemic reveals the extent of the necropolitics operating in the country as society goes through an ethical crisis in the face of a government that expresses colonialist power.

THE FOULED COMPASS de Madison Bycroft (2020, Australie, France, 24′)

World premiere

Taking its name from a poem by Adrienne Rich dating from 1973, the film takes as its starting point the floating as a methodology of disorientation and practice of pleasure.

THE FOULED COMPASS de Madison Bycroft

THE WORKS AND DA YS (of Tayoko Shiojiri in the Shiotani Basin) by CW Winter and Anders Edstr6m (2020, United States, Sweden, Japan, United Kingdom, 480 ‘)

Italian premiere

The film is a geographical description of the work and non-work of a farmer: a portrait, over five seasons, of a family, a land, a sound space and time itself.

WILL YOU GIVE UP? by Pascale Bodet (2021, France, 72 ‘)

International premiere

Paris, first third of the 21st century. Edouard is a painter, Charles a poet. They are friends but discouragement lurks in the face of adversity. Gulcan, a stranger, appears out of nowhere. An idea comes to him.

WILL YOU GIVE UP?  by Pascale Bodet

.

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Before being a famous presenter of the JT, Laurent Delahousse is first of all a companion and a father. Indeed, he is at the head of a beautiful family alongside Alice Taglioni. Zoom in on their love story.

By being at the presentation of the television news of France 2, Laurent Delahousse has become a real celebrity. As a result, his life greatly intrigues his fans. However, he has always made a point of protecting his family. And this, as far as possible. Especially since he is very much in love with Alice Taglioni, his partner and the mother of his children.

A DISCREET COUPLE

Laurent Delahousse is not one of those who like to expose their family on social networks. He shows a lot of discretion when it comes to his people. Which is, moreover, a prodigious feat for a person who is omnipresent on the air.

Alice Taglioni en 2013. Photo : Getty Images

However, there is still some information that has been leaked about him. In particular that he is in a relationship with the beautiful Alice Taglioni.

That said, the lovebirds did not directly start a love story, they preferred to be friends, before doing anything. As far as he is concerned, Laurent Delahousse has reasons to be cautious. In the past, he even had the painful experience of having been left by his fiancee, because he was supposedly not good enough.

Laurent Delahousse poses during a portrait session in Paris, France on 06/22/2018.  |  Photo: Getty Images

Laurent Delahousse poses during a portrait session in Paris, France on 06/22/2018. | Photo: Getty Images

Anyway, the lovebirds waited until 2014, two years after their meeting, before showing up.

They certainly started a romance long before, but that’s when they started flaunting.

That said, there is showing off and showing off. From that moment, they are no longer in hiding, but the star of the JT of France 2 does not show his beauty either, at all costs on social networks. Obviously, it was successful for them since they are still together. On the rare photos that they publish, they also seem fulfilled.

Laurent Delahousse attends the Charity Gala "Autists Without Borders" at Artcurial Dassault on April 16, 2015 in Paris, France.  Photo: Getty images

Laurent Delahousse attends the “Autistes Sans Frontière” Charity Gala at Artcurial Dassault on April 16, 2015 in Paris, France. Photo: Getty images

Read also: Laurent Delahousse, Anne-Claire Coudray, Jean-Pierre Pernaut: their salaries finally revealed

A BLENDED FAMILY

If the two stars take pleasure in their romantic relationship, their happiness is increased tenfold by their children.

Nevertheless, the two were already parents before getting together. For his part, Laurent Delahousse had two daughters, born from his previous relationship with Florence Kieffer. Liv Helen, born in 2005 and little Sacha, born in 2008.

As for Alice Taglioni, she was already the mother of a boy named Charlie, born from her relationship with Jocelyn Quivrin. Alas, the actress had the misfortune of losing the father of her eldest son in 2009, in a tragic car accident.

Already used to being a parent, they quickly expanded their family. Indeed, a little Swann stood out in 2016. It goes without saying that the lovebirds are completely gaga over their little girl. The presenter is also very protective of him. He never even displayed that child’s face.

On July 26, 2021, he had posted it from behind, on an Instagram photo. He even took care to caption the photo superbly:

“My love”

It’s a safe bet that he is also sweet with Lino, their youngest son, born in 2019. Surrounded by 5 children, Laurent Delahousse and Alice Taglioni are now at the head of a happy little sibling. The presenter’s companion also claims to love her two beautiful daughters as if they were his own daughters.

WHY IS IT SO DISCREET?

If there is one personality who is as discreet as Laurent Delahousse, it is Kendji Girac. Indeed, the handsome brunette distills information about his private life in a dropper. During a previous interview, he explains in particular on this subject.

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Before being a famous presenter of the JT, Laurent Delahousse is first of all a companion and a father. Indeed, he is at the head of a beautiful family alongside Alice Taglioni. Zoom in on their love story.

By being at the presentation of the television news of France 2, Laurent Delahousse has become a real celebrity. As a result, his life greatly intrigues his fans. However, he has always made a point of protecting his family. And this, as far as possible. Especially since he is very much in love with Alice Taglioni, his partner and the mother of his children.

A DISCREET COUPLE

Laurent Delahousse is not one of those who like to expose their family on social networks. He shows a lot of discretion when it comes to his people. Which is, moreover, a prodigious feat for a person who is omnipresent on the air.

Alice Taglioni en 2013. Photo : Getty Images

However, there is still some information that has been leaked about him. In particular that he is in a relationship with the beautiful Alice Taglioni.

That said, the lovebirds did not directly start a love story, they preferred to be friends, before doing anything. As far as he is concerned, Laurent Delahousse has reasons to be cautious. In the past, he even had the painful experience of having been left by his fiancee, because he was supposedly not good enough.

Laurent Delahousse poses during a portrait session in Paris, France on 06/22/2018.  |  Photo: Getty Images

Laurent Delahousse poses during a portrait session in Paris, France on 06/22/2018. | Photo: Getty Images

Anyway, the lovebirds waited until 2014, two years after their meeting, before showing up.

They certainly started a romance long before, but that’s when they started flaunting.

That said, there is showing off and showing off. From that moment, they are no longer in hiding, but the star of the JT of France 2 does not show his beauty either, at all costs on social networks. Obviously, it was successful for them since they are still together. On the rare photos that they publish, they also seem fulfilled.

Laurent Delahousse attends the Charity Gala "Autists Without Borders" at Artcurial Dassault on April 16, 2015 in Paris, France.  Photo: Getty images

Laurent Delahousse attends the “Autistes Sans Frontière” Charity Gala at Artcurial Dassault on April 16, 2015 in Paris, France. Photo: Getty images

Read also: Laurent Delahousse, Anne-Claire Coudray, Jean-Pierre Pernaut: their salaries finally revealed

A BLENDED FAMILY

If the two stars take pleasure in their romantic relationship, their happiness is increased tenfold by their children.

Nevertheless, the two were already parents before getting together. For his part, Laurent Delahousse had two daughters, born from his previous relationship with Florence Kieffer. Liv Helen, born in 2005 and little Sacha, born in 2008.

As for Alice Taglioni, she was already the mother of a boy named Charlie, born from her relationship with Jocelyn Quivrin. Alas, the actress had the misfortune of losing the father of her eldest son in 2009, in a tragic car accident.

Already used to being a parent, they quickly expanded their family. Indeed, a little Swann stood out in 2016. It goes without saying that the lovebirds are completely gaga over their little girl. The presenter is also very protective of him. He never even displayed that child’s face.

On July 26, 2021, he had posted it from behind, on an Instagram photo. He even took care to caption the photo superbly:

“My love”

It’s a safe bet that he is also sweet with Lino, their youngest son, born in 2019. Surrounded by 5 children, Laurent Delahousse and Alice Taglioni are now at the head of a happy little sibling. The presenter’s companion also claims to love her two beautiful daughters as if they were his own daughters.

WHY IS IT SO DISCREET?

If there is one personality who is as discreet as Laurent Delahousse, it is Kendji Girac. Indeed, the handsome brunette distills information about his private life in a dropper. During a previous interview, he explains in particular on this subject.

Subscribe to AmoMama on Google News!

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1631172476) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(85) "Contraception will now be free for women up to 25 years old, announces Olivier Véran" ["link"]=> string(129) "https://appropriatemedia.net/news/2021/09/09/contraception-will-now-be-free-for-women-up-to-25-years-old-announces-olivier-veran/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Michael Johnson" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 09 Sep 2021 07:18:53 +0000" ["category"]=> string(53) "NewsannouncesContraceptionFreeOlivierVéranwomenyears" ["guid"]=> string(129) "https://appropriatemedia.net/news/2021/09/09/contraception-will-now-be-free-for-women-up-to-25-years-old-announces-olivier-veran/" ["description"]=> string(717) "Contraception will now be free for women up to 25 years old, announced Thursday, September 9, the Minister of Health, Olivier Véran. “There will be support for hormonal contraception, the biological assessment that can go with it, the prescription consultation and all the care that is related to this contraception, up to 25 years, from ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4015) "

Contraception will now be free for women up to 25 years old, announced Thursday, September 9, the Minister of Health, Olivier Véran.

“There will be support for hormonal contraception, the biological assessment that can go with it, the prescription consultation and all the care that is related to this contraception, up to 25 years, from the 1is January “, detailed the minister on France 2. Such support was already offered to minors aged 15 to 18 years.

“I made several observations, with the authorities of scientists: there is a decline in contraception in a certain number of young women, and the first reason is the renunciation for financial reasons”, continued Mr. Véran, adding: “It’s unbearable that women cannot protect themselves, cannot have contraception, if they choose, obviously, because it costs them too much in their budget. “

This expansion of free access represents “An effort of 21 million euros” per year, from 1is January, he said again.

The maximum age has been set at 25 years, because “It’s a corresponding age, in terms of economic, social and income” To “More autonomy”, added the minister. “This is also the age when we will definitively leave complementary health insurance [parentale] ».

Since 2013, free contraception has already been granted to women from the age of 15 until the age of 18, leading to a decrease in the use of voluntary termination of pregnancy (abortion) – the rate has fallen from 9.5 ‰ at 6 ‰ between 2012 and 2018. Since August 2020, free admission has been extended to those under 15 years of age.

“Each year, nearly 1,000 young girls aged 12 to 14 are pregnant in France”, explained the government at the end of 2019 to justify this extension to the under 15s, adding: “Among these pregnancies, 770 end in an abortion. “

Read also Sexuality education: associations on the front line in middle and high schools

Also listen Women and sexuality, such a discreet learning

Le Monde with AFP and Reuters

" } ["summary"]=> string(717) "Contraception will now be free for women up to 25 years old, announced Thursday, September 9, the Minister of Health, Olivier Véran. “There will be support for hormonal contraception, the biological assessment that can go with it, the prescription consultation and all the care that is related to this contraception, up to 25 years, from ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4015) "

Contraception will now be free for women up to 25 years old, announced Thursday, September 9, the Minister of Health, Olivier Véran.

“There will be support for hormonal contraception, the biological assessment that can go with it, the prescription consultation and all the care that is related to this contraception, up to 25 years, from the 1is January “, detailed the minister on France 2. Such support was already offered to minors aged 15 to 18 years.

“I made several observations, with the authorities of scientists: there is a decline in contraception in a certain number of young women, and the first reason is the renunciation for financial reasons”, continued Mr. Véran, adding: “It’s unbearable that women cannot protect themselves, cannot have contraception, if they choose, obviously, because it costs them too much in their budget. “

This expansion of free access represents “An effort of 21 million euros” per year, from 1is January, he said again.

The maximum age has been set at 25 years, because “It’s a corresponding age, in terms of economic, social and income” To “More autonomy”, added the minister. “This is also the age when we will definitively leave complementary health insurance [parentale] ».

Since 2013, free contraception has already been granted to women from the age of 15 until the age of 18, leading to a decrease in the use of voluntary termination of pregnancy (abortion) – the rate has fallen from 9.5 ‰ at 6 ‰ between 2012 and 2018. Since August 2020, free admission has been extended to those under 15 years of age.

“Each year, nearly 1,000 young girls aged 12 to 14 are pregnant in France”, explained the government at the end of 2019 to justify this extension to the under 15s, adding: “Among these pregnancies, 770 end in an abortion. “

Read also Sexuality education: associations on the front line in middle and high schools

Also listen Women and sexuality, such a discreet learning

Le Monde with AFP and Reuters

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JAKARTA– Actor Ferry Irawan It is said that he wants a divorce from Anggia Novita because he plans to remarry and have children. Responding to this matter, his attorney, Lapana Saragih, considered it reasonable.

“If the problem is wanting to have children, yes and wanting to remarry, in my view as a man it is natural,” said Lapana at the South Jakarta Religious Court, Thursday (9/9/2021).

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“Because why? He wants to have children and that’s an inheritance from Ferry’s own flesh and blood,” he continued.

Lapana considers it natural when Ferry really wants to have children. Because, there are many positive things that the actor can feel in his future, such as someone who looks after and takes care of him in his old age.

In addition, Ferry Irawan’s attorney considers that the desire to remarry is the right of everyone. With a note, the marriage took place after the official divorce.

“The important thing is that the legal rules have been implemented. If they have broken up (divorce) it is their choice, whether they want to marry again, want to remarry, it’s up to them,” he explained.

Previously, the news that Ferry Irawan was willing to divorce because he wanted to remarry and have children was conveyed by his wife, Anggia Novita.

“He wants to remarry because he wants to have children. Because I am sick, he is not with me. It is good because he is still young,” he said, quoted from the Intensive Investigation August 26, 2021.

As is known, Anggia Novita filed for divorce from Ferry Irawan after 13 years of marriage. The divorce suit was filed with the South Jakarta PA since early July 2021.

" } ["summary"]=> string(731) "JAKARTA– Actor Ferry Irawan It is said that he wants a divorce from Anggia Novita because he plans to remarry and have children. Responding to this matter, his attorney, Lapana Saragih, considered it reasonable. “If the problem is wanting to have children, yes and wanting to remarry, in my view as a man it is ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(2351) "

JAKARTA– Actor Ferry Irawan It is said that he wants a divorce from Anggia Novita because he plans to remarry and have children. Responding to this matter, his attorney, Lapana Saragih, considered it reasonable.

“If the problem is wanting to have children, yes and wanting to remarry, in my view as a man it is natural,” said Lapana at the South Jakarta Religious Court, Thursday (9/9/2021).

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“Because why? He wants to have children and that’s an inheritance from Ferry’s own flesh and blood,” he continued.

Lapana considers it natural when Ferry really wants to have children. Because, there are many positive things that the actor can feel in his future, such as someone who looks after and takes care of him in his old age.

In addition, Ferry Irawan’s attorney considers that the desire to remarry is the right of everyone. With a note, the marriage took place after the official divorce.

“The important thing is that the legal rules have been implemented. If they have broken up (divorce) it is their choice, whether they want to marry again, want to remarry, it’s up to them,” he explained.

Previously, the news that Ferry Irawan was willing to divorce because he wanted to remarry and have children was conveyed by his wife, Anggia Novita.

“He wants to remarry because he wants to have children. Because I am sick, he is not with me. It is good because he is still young,” he said, quoted from the Intensive Investigation August 26, 2021.

As is known, Anggia Novita filed for divorce from Ferry Irawan after 13 years of marriage. The divorce suit was filed with the South Jakarta PA since early July 2021.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1631171872) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(86) "Handicap. What sports can you practice in Perpignan and in the Pyrénées-Orientales?" ["link"]=> string(129) "https://appropriatemedia.net/sports/2021/09/06/handicap-what-sports-can-you-practice-in-perpignan-and-in-the-pyrenees-orientales/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Betty Foster" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 06 Sep 2021 14:14:51 +0000" ["category"]=> string(60) "SportingsHandicapPerpignanpracticePyrénéesOrientalessports" ["guid"]=> string(129) "https://appropriatemedia.net/sports/2021/09/06/handicap-what-sports-can-you-practice-in-perpignan-and-in-the-pyrenees-orientales/" ["description"]=> string(706) "Through Emilien Vicens Published on 6 Sep 21 at 15:52 updated on 6 Sep 21 at 15:54 News Perpignan See my news Follow this media Twenty clubs and associations in the Pyrénées-Orientales offer sports activities for disabled people. (© Illustration / La Presse de la Manche) While the Paralympic Games from Tokyo 2020 have just ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4850) "
Twenty clubs and associations in the Pyrénées-Orientales offer sports activities for disabled people. (© Illustration / La Presse de la Manche)

While the Paralympic Games from Tokyo 2020 have just ended, with a total of 54 medals collected by the French delegation, Actu Perpignan takes stock of all the disciplines that people with disabilities can practice today in Eastern Pyrenees.

On 2021, these are approximately twenty clubs and associations of pays catalan which are open to disabled athletes. Disciplines aquatic to the activities of Mountain, through more classic sports… You will be spoiled for choice.


Nearly 500 licensees in the department

In all, close to 500 licensees are listed by the Departmental Handisport Committee 66, which ranks the Pyrénées-Orientales among the top disabled sports departments of the entire Occitanie region.

Whether in leisure and / or in competition, discover below the listing of all clubs and disciplines accessible to disabled people in P.-O. Also mentioned are all types of handicaps practiced for each association: motor (M) , auditory (A), visual (V) and neurological (N).

All the disabled sports clubs in P.-O.

– Catalan Handisport (omnisports): Leisure (MAVN)
– Perpignan Aviron 66: Leisure (MAVN)
– Volant Salanquais (Badminton): Competition (M)
– Bocce Club: Leisure (M)
– Canoe Club Roussillonnais: Leisure (MAVN) and Competition (M)
– Coq Cabestany Tandem (Cycling): Leisure (VN)
– Handi Dragons Catalans (Rugby): Leisure (M) and Competition (M)
– Pollestres Fencing Circle: Leisure (MAVN) and Competition (MV)
– Argelésienne Fencing Society: Loisir (MN)
– Le Boulou Hand’fauteuil: Leisure (M)
– Modern Pentathlon Perpignan: Leisure (MN) and Competition (MN)
– Catalan Petanque for the Deaf: Leisure (A) and Competition (A)
– CouRires 66 (Hiking): Leisure (MAV))
– NATAPH (Hiking): Leisure (MAVN)
– Handikraft (ski): Leisure (MAVN) and Competition (MAVN)
– Ski Club Les Angles: Leisure (MAV) and Competition (MAV)
– Laurentin Club Table Tennis: Leisure (MAN) and Competition (MAN)
– Les Archers de Bompas (Archery): Leisure (MN)
– The Catalan Archers (Archery): Leisure (MA)
– UNADEV (omnisports): Leisure (V)

For more information and for contact directly to the clubs, do not hesitate to go to the site of the Pyrénées-Orientales Departmental Handisport Committee.

Has this article been useful to you? Note that you can follow Actu Perpignan in the Mon Actu space. In one click, after registration, you will find all the news of your favorite cities and brands.

" } ["summary"]=> string(706) "Through Emilien Vicens Published on 6 Sep 21 at 15:52 updated on 6 Sep 21 at 15:54 News Perpignan See my news Follow this media Twenty clubs and associations in the Pyrénées-Orientales offer sports activities for disabled people. (© Illustration / La Presse de la Manche) While the Paralympic Games from Tokyo 2020 have just ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4850) "
Twenty clubs and associations in the Pyrénées-Orientales offer sports activities for disabled people. (© Illustration / La Presse de la Manche)

While the Paralympic Games from Tokyo 2020 have just ended, with a total of 54 medals collected by the French delegation, Actu Perpignan takes stock of all the disciplines that people with disabilities can practice today in Eastern Pyrenees.

On 2021, these are approximately twenty clubs and associations of pays catalan which are open to disabled athletes. Disciplines aquatic to the activities of Mountain, through more classic sports… You will be spoiled for choice.


Nearly 500 licensees in the department

In all, close to 500 licensees are listed by the Departmental Handisport Committee 66, which ranks the Pyrénées-Orientales among the top disabled sports departments of the entire Occitanie region.

Whether in leisure and / or in competition, discover below the listing of all clubs and disciplines accessible to disabled people in P.-O. Also mentioned are all types of handicaps practiced for each association: motor (M) , auditory (A), visual (V) and neurological (N).

All the disabled sports clubs in P.-O.

– Catalan Handisport (omnisports): Leisure (MAVN)
– Perpignan Aviron 66: Leisure (MAVN)
– Volant Salanquais (Badminton): Competition (M)
– Bocce Club: Leisure (M)
– Canoe Club Roussillonnais: Leisure (MAVN) and Competition (M)
– Coq Cabestany Tandem (Cycling): Leisure (VN)
– Handi Dragons Catalans (Rugby): Leisure (M) and Competition (M)
– Pollestres Fencing Circle: Leisure (MAVN) and Competition (MV)
– Argelésienne Fencing Society: Loisir (MN)
– Le Boulou Hand’fauteuil: Leisure (M)
– Modern Pentathlon Perpignan: Leisure (MN) and Competition (MN)
– Catalan Petanque for the Deaf: Leisure (A) and Competition (A)
– CouRires 66 (Hiking): Leisure (MAV))
– NATAPH (Hiking): Leisure (MAVN)
– Handikraft (ski): Leisure (MAVN) and Competition (MAVN)
– Ski Club Les Angles: Leisure (MAV) and Competition (MAV)
– Laurentin Club Table Tennis: Leisure (MAN) and Competition (MAN)
– Les Archers de Bompas (Archery): Leisure (MN)
– The Catalan Archers (Archery): Leisure (MA)
– UNADEV (omnisports): Leisure (V)

For more information and for contact directly to the clubs, do not hesitate to go to the site of the Pyrénées-Orientales Departmental Handisport Committee.

Has this article been useful to you? Note that you can follow Actu Perpignan in the Mon Actu space. In one click, after registration, you will find all the news of your favorite cities and brands.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630937691) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(145) "Li Bingbing is looking for a new household member with a salary of IDR 264 million per month, the conditions make you dizzy! : Okezone Celebrity" ["link"]=> string(188) "https://appropriatemedia.net/movies/2021/09/06/li-bingbing-is-looking-for-a-new-household-member-with-a-salary-of-idr-264-million-per-month-the-conditions-make-you-dizzy-okezone-celebrity/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Michael Johnson" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 06 Sep 2021 14:08:17 +0000" ["category"]=> string(81) "MoviesBingbingcelebrityconditionsdizzyhouseholdIDRmembermillionmonthOkezonesalary" ["guid"]=> string(188) "https://appropriatemedia.net/movies/2021/09/06/li-bingbing-is-looking-for-a-new-household-member-with-a-salary-of-idr-264-million-per-month-the-conditions-make-you-dizzy-okezone-celebrity/" ["description"]=> string(871) "BEIJING – Aktris China Li Bingbing is known to be looking for a new domestic helper (ART) to work at her home. Unmitigated, he offered a salary of RMB120,000 or equivalent to Rp264 million per month for the new ART. Quotes Today Online, Monday (6/9/2021), there are 20 people who have registered to become the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(2964) "

BEIJINGAktris China Li Bingbing is known to be looking for a new domestic helper (ART) to work at her home. Unmitigated, he offered a salary of RMB120,000 or equivalent to Rp264 million per month for the new ART.

Quotes Today Online, Monday (6/9/2021), there are 20 people who have registered to become the new ART of the actress. But none of them meet the criteria of co-star Jason Statham in the film The Meg the.

The 48-year-old actress, apparently has very high standards of cleanliness and hygiene. This was revealed by one of the actress’ ART candidates. The woman admitted that she had been asked to demonstrate how to wash vegetables.

However, Li Bingbing looked so dissatisfied that the woman had to wash the vegetables eight times. But after finishing, the actress just threw the vegetables into the trash.

The woman then asked what mistake she had made that Li Bingbing had to throw away the vegetables. But the answer of the actress, made the woman very surprised.

Read also: Viral Photo of Darren Wang Pangku and Kiss Malaysian Artist at Hot Water Bath

“Li Bingbing said, because I don’t wear gloves. So no matter how much I wash it, the bacteria will still stick to the vegetables,” said the woman who had to settle for not being chosen as the actress’s ART.

Li Bingbing is looking for a new household member with a fantastic salary, but the conditions are confusing. (Photo: L'Officiel)

Not only that, Li Bingbing also advised the woman to immediately cook the washed vegetables to keep them sterile. “He said, ‘After being exposed to the air for a long time (during washing), the vegetables are the same as not being washed at all,” said the actress.

The story told by the woman is no longer a secret. The reason is, the actress is known to be very obsessed with cleanliness. When appearing in a reality show Back to Field, Li Bingbing was caught washing the dishes that had been washed by other artists.*

Also read: Benny Simanjuntak admits Jonathan Frizzy converted to Islam for Dhena Devanka

" } ["summary"]=> string(871) "BEIJING – Aktris China Li Bingbing is known to be looking for a new domestic helper (ART) to work at her home. Unmitigated, he offered a salary of RMB120,000 or equivalent to Rp264 million per month for the new ART. Quotes Today Online, Monday (6/9/2021), there are 20 people who have registered to become the ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(2964) "

BEIJINGAktris China Li Bingbing is known to be looking for a new domestic helper (ART) to work at her home. Unmitigated, he offered a salary of RMB120,000 or equivalent to Rp264 million per month for the new ART.

Quotes Today Online, Monday (6/9/2021), there are 20 people who have registered to become the new ART of the actress. But none of them meet the criteria of co-star Jason Statham in the film The Meg the.

The 48-year-old actress, apparently has very high standards of cleanliness and hygiene. This was revealed by one of the actress’ ART candidates. The woman admitted that she had been asked to demonstrate how to wash vegetables.

However, Li Bingbing looked so dissatisfied that the woman had to wash the vegetables eight times. But after finishing, the actress just threw the vegetables into the trash.

The woman then asked what mistake she had made that Li Bingbing had to throw away the vegetables. But the answer of the actress, made the woman very surprised.

Read also: Viral Photo of Darren Wang Pangku and Kiss Malaysian Artist at Hot Water Bath

“Li Bingbing said, because I don’t wear gloves. So no matter how much I wash it, the bacteria will still stick to the vegetables,” said the woman who had to settle for not being chosen as the actress’s ART.

Li Bingbing is looking for a new household member with a fantastic salary, but the conditions are confusing. (Photo: L'Officiel)

Not only that, Li Bingbing also advised the woman to immediately cook the washed vegetables to keep them sterile. “He said, ‘After being exposed to the air for a long time (during washing), the vegetables are the same as not being washed at all,” said the actress.

The story told by the woman is no longer a secret. The reason is, the actress is known to be very obsessed with cleanliness. When appearing in a reality show Back to Field, Li Bingbing was caught washing the dishes that had been washed by other artists.*

Also read: Benny Simanjuntak admits Jonathan Frizzy converted to Islam for Dhena Devanka

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630937297) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(42) "Jane Birkin: the singer victim of a stroke" ["link"]=> string(87) "https://appropriatemedia.net/news/2021/09/06/jane-birkin-the-singer-victim-of-a-stroke/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Michael Johnson" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 06 Sep 2021 13:42:33 +0000" ["category"]=> string(32) "NewsBirkinJanesingerStrokeVictim" ["guid"]=> string(87) "https://appropriatemedia.net/news/2021/09/06/jane-birkin-the-singer-victim-of-a-stroke/" ["description"]=> string(562) "She was expected on the red carpet of the Deauville American Film Festival. But, victim of a “mild form of stroke”, Jane Birkin will not be able to make the trip. The incident occurred a few days ago, we learned on Monday, September 6. “She is doing well, also her relatives want the peace necessary ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3134) "

She was expected on the red carpet of the Deauville American Film Festival. But, victim of a “mild form of stroke”, Jane Birkin will not be able to make the trip.

The incident occurred a few days ago, we learned on Monday, September 6. “She is doing well, also her relatives want the peace necessary for her convalescence to be respected. Jane is eager to find her audience, ”her agent said in a statement.

The 74-year-old singer and actress, who was also due to go to the Ciné Rencontres festival in the Cotentin this week, was expected to defend the film “Jane by Charlotte”, directed by her daughter Charlotte Gainsbourg and presented this summer in Cannes, out of competition .

This documentary shows the daily life of Jane Birkin, in her house in Brittany, the passion shared with her daughter for dogs, and also addresses the painful subjects of absence and illness.

His struggle with leukemia

“Our lives revolved around the dead”, exposed Charlotte Gainsbourg on the Croisette last May, in reference to her father Serge Gainsbourg, icon of French music who died in 1991, and to her half-sister Kate Barry, photographer and daughter by composer John Barry, raised with Serge and died in tragic circumstances at just 46, in 2013.

Born December 14, 1946 in London, Jane Birkin remains the favorite Englishwoman of the French, inseparable from Serge Gainsbourg, of whom she was the muse and ambassador. “When I see the French listening to songs that are forty years old, I know that they are part of their history. But they too are part of mine ”, she summed up in the publication in 2018 of her diary“ Munkey diaries ”. It was in this book that she spoke openly about a long-to-fight leukemia that made its first appearance in her life in the late 1990s.

During her last public appearances, Jane Birkin had shown herself in great shape, whether in Cannes or on stage at the Francofolies de La Rochelle, where she sang a repertoire taken from her latest album “Oh! Sorry, you were sleeping … ”, designed with Etienne Daho, and standards written for her by Serge Gainsbourg.

" } ["summary"]=> string(562) "She was expected on the red carpet of the Deauville American Film Festival. But, victim of a “mild form of stroke”, Jane Birkin will not be able to make the trip. The incident occurred a few days ago, we learned on Monday, September 6. “She is doing well, also her relatives want the peace necessary ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(3134) "

She was expected on the red carpet of the Deauville American Film Festival. But, victim of a “mild form of stroke”, Jane Birkin will not be able to make the trip.

The incident occurred a few days ago, we learned on Monday, September 6. “She is doing well, also her relatives want the peace necessary for her convalescence to be respected. Jane is eager to find her audience, ”her agent said in a statement.

The 74-year-old singer and actress, who was also due to go to the Ciné Rencontres festival in the Cotentin this week, was expected to defend the film “Jane by Charlotte”, directed by her daughter Charlotte Gainsbourg and presented this summer in Cannes, out of competition .

This documentary shows the daily life of Jane Birkin, in her house in Brittany, the passion shared with her daughter for dogs, and also addresses the painful subjects of absence and illness.

His struggle with leukemia

“Our lives revolved around the dead”, exposed Charlotte Gainsbourg on the Croisette last May, in reference to her father Serge Gainsbourg, icon of French music who died in 1991, and to her half-sister Kate Barry, photographer and daughter by composer John Barry, raised with Serge and died in tragic circumstances at just 46, in 2013.

Born December 14, 1946 in London, Jane Birkin remains the favorite Englishwoman of the French, inseparable from Serge Gainsbourg, of whom she was the muse and ambassador. “When I see the French listening to songs that are forty years old, I know that they are part of their history. But they too are part of mine ”, she summed up in the publication in 2018 of her diary“ Munkey diaries ”. It was in this book that she spoke openly about a long-to-fight leukemia that made its first appearance in her life in the late 1990s.

During her last public appearances, Jane Birkin had shown herself in great shape, whether in Cannes or on stage at the Francofolies de La Rochelle, where she sang a repertoire taken from her latest album “Oh! Sorry, you were sleeping … ”, designed with Etienne Daho, and standards written for her by Serge Gainsbourg.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630935753) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(72) "Blade Director Says The MCU Reboot Will Respect Wesley Snipes’ Trilogy" ["link"]=> string(117) "https://appropriatemedia.net/movies/2021/09/06/blade-director-says-the-mcu-reboot-will-respect-wesley-snipes-trilogy/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Michael Johnson" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 06 Sep 2021 13:21:34 +0000" ["category"]=> string(54) "MoviesBladeDirectormcuRebootrespectSnipesTrilogyWesley" ["guid"]=> string(117) "https://appropriatemedia.net/movies/2021/09/06/blade-director-says-the-mcu-reboot-will-respect-wesley-snipes-trilogy/" ["description"]=> string(668) "It was towards the end of July it was first reported Bassam Tariq had entered talks to helm the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Blade reboot, but it was only last week that the filmmaker confirmed his involvement. The 34 year-old is a largely unknown quantity, with just one feature film and one documentary under his belt, ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3642) "

It was towards the end of July it was first reported Bassam Tariq had entered talks to helm the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Blade reboot, but it was only last week that the filmmaker confirmed his involvement. The 34 year-old is a largely unknown quantity, with just one feature film and one documentary under his belt, but Kevin Feige’s outfit is famed for picking directors out of left field that prove to be inspired choices.

Introducing vampirism into the established MCU mythology is going to require some creative world-building, especially when the bloodsucking undead were never mentioned once up until a throwaway line of dialogue from Owen Wilson’s Mobius in Loki. You’d have to imagine that somebody like Nick Fury or organizations including S.H.I.E.L.D. and/or Hydra would have been aware that vampires are real, so it’ll be interesting to see how the fanged elephant in the room is ultimately addressed.

There’s also the looming shadow of Wesley Snipes to contend with, and while two-time Academy Award winner Mahershala Ali is one of the best actors in the business, everything he does is going to be compared to the original iteration of the Daywalker. In a new interview, Tariq admitted that he’s planning to respect the initial Blade trilogy, while still putting his own stamp on the material.

“What’s exciting about the film that we’re making is there hasn’t been a canon for Blade, as we’re reading through the comics and everything. Him being a Daywalker is the one thing that’s been established, and you know we can’t deny what Wesley Snipes did, which was he basically got this whole ball rolling. A Black man created the superhero world that we’re in, that’s just the truth. For me to now be working with somebody as talented and a juggernaut as Mahershala Ali, and the writer Stacy Osei-Kuffour, I’m just so honored to be working with real Black juggernauts and Black talent. For me to just be with them in this room and listen and learn as I build this out, it’s really an honor.”

With a star, writer and now director in place, development on Blade is well-placed to start ramping up significantly. There’s no start date for production or release window in place as of yet, but Marvel Studios do have an open slot in October 2023, right around the spookiest time of the year.

" } ["summary"]=> string(668) "It was towards the end of July it was first reported Bassam Tariq had entered talks to helm the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Blade reboot, but it was only last week that the filmmaker confirmed his involvement. The 34 year-old is a largely unknown quantity, with just one feature film and one documentary under his belt, ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(3642) "

It was towards the end of July it was first reported Bassam Tariq had entered talks to helm the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Blade reboot, but it was only last week that the filmmaker confirmed his involvement. The 34 year-old is a largely unknown quantity, with just one feature film and one documentary under his belt, but Kevin Feige’s outfit is famed for picking directors out of left field that prove to be inspired choices.

Introducing vampirism into the established MCU mythology is going to require some creative world-building, especially when the bloodsucking undead were never mentioned once up until a throwaway line of dialogue from Owen Wilson’s Mobius in Loki. You’d have to imagine that somebody like Nick Fury or organizations including S.H.I.E.L.D. and/or Hydra would have been aware that vampires are real, so it’ll be interesting to see how the fanged elephant in the room is ultimately addressed.

There’s also the looming shadow of Wesley Snipes to contend with, and while two-time Academy Award winner Mahershala Ali is one of the best actors in the business, everything he does is going to be compared to the original iteration of the Daywalker. In a new interview, Tariq admitted that he’s planning to respect the initial Blade trilogy, while still putting his own stamp on the material.

“What’s exciting about the film that we’re making is there hasn’t been a canon for Blade, as we’re reading through the comics and everything. Him being a Daywalker is the one thing that’s been established, and you know we can’t deny what Wesley Snipes did, which was he basically got this whole ball rolling. A Black man created the superhero world that we’re in, that’s just the truth. For me to now be working with somebody as talented and a juggernaut as Mahershala Ali, and the writer Stacy Osei-Kuffour, I’m just so honored to be working with real Black juggernauts and Black talent. For me to just be with them in this room and listen and learn as I build this out, it’s really an honor.”

With a star, writer and now director in place, development on Blade is well-placed to start ramping up significantly. There’s no start date for production or release window in place as of yet, but Marvel Studios do have an open slot in October 2023, right around the spookiest time of the year.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630934494) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(104) "Many of the fastest-evolving human genes linked to evolutionary changes in brain development – NovLink" ["link"]=> string(161) "https://appropriatemedia.net/health-science-news/2021/09/06/many-of-the-fastest-evolving-human-genes-linked-to-evolutionary-changes-in-brain-development-novlink/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Betty Foster" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 06 Sep 2021 13:16:35 +0000" ["category"]=> string(21) "Health & Science News" ["guid"]=> string(161) "https://appropriatemedia.net/health-science-news/2021/09/06/many-of-the-fastest-evolving-human-genes-linked-to-evolutionary-changes-in-brain-development-novlink/" ["description"]=> string(791) "Journal Reference: Kelly M. Girskis, Andrew B. Stergachis, Ellen M. DeGennaro, Ryan N. Doan, Xuyu Qian, Matthew B. Johnson, Peter P. Wang, Gabrielle M. Sejourne, M. Aurel Nagy, Elizabeth A. Pollina, André M.M. Sousa, Taehwan Shin, Connor J. Kenny, Julia L. Scotellaro, Brian M. Debo, Dilenny M. Gonzalez, Lariza M. Rento, Rebecca C. Yeh, Janet ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5854) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Kelly M. Girskis, Andrew B. Stergachis, Ellen M. DeGennaro, Ryan N. Doan, Xuyu Qian, Matthew B. Johnson, Peter P. Wang, Gabrielle M. Sejourne, M. Aurel Nagy, Elizabeth A. Pollina, André M.M. Sousa, Taehwan Shin, Connor J. Kenny, Julia L. Scotellaro, Brian M. Debo, Dilenny M. Gonzalez, Lariza M. Rento, Rebecca C. Yeh, Janet H.T. Song, Marc Beaudin, Jean Fan, Peter V. Kharchenko, Nenad Sestan, Michael E. Greenberg, Christopher A. Walsh. Rewiring of human neurodevelopmental gene regulatory programs by human accelerated regions. Neuron, 2021; DOI: 10.1016/j.neuron.2021.08.005

“Probably one of the most interesting questions in neuroscience is, ‘What makes us human?’” says Christopher Walsh (@chrisawalsh1) of Harvard University and the Allen Discovery Center for Human Brain Evolution. “Specifically, what is it about the human brain that differentiates it from those of other closely related species? Looking at human accelerated regions provided us with a very targeted way to investigate that question from a genetic perspective.”

To systematically identify which of the 3,171 previously identified HARs are most likely to be contributing to recent evolution of the human cerebral cortex, the researchers examined the role of these regions in regulating genes in studies of multiple human and mouse cell types and tissues.

“We knew going into this study that many HARs were likely to function as regulators of gene expression in the brain, but we knew very little about which cell types in the brain they worked in, where, or at what time in the human lifespan,” explains Ellen DeGennaro (@ViolinPlots), one of the study’s first authors in the Walsh lab. “Our goal was to fill in these gaps of knowledge about which HARs had important roles in the brain, and how, so that we and other researchers could take the most important ‘brain HARs’ and perform deeper tests of their evolutionary function.”

To overcome the limitations of earlier methods, Walsh and his colleagues developed an applied approach called CaptureMPRA. The new method leverages barcoded molecular inversion probes to capture target sequences that capture entire HAR elements and their surrounding DNA, overcoming some limitations of prior techniques. Using this approach, they looked for important differences in HAR enhancer function between humans and chimpanzees.

They also integrated this data with epigenetic data at HARs in human fetal neural cells to identify HARs that looked likely to have an important role in guiding human-specific brain development. Some of the activity they uncovered was specific to the brain, as compared to other organs in the body. They also found activity that was even more specific to certain cell types in the fetal brain, as opposed to brains of adults.

Overall, the new findings show that many HARs do indeed appear to act as neurodevelopmental enhancers, the researchers report. The new data suggests that, as those human sequences diverged from other mammals, they have largely increased their role as neuronal enhancers.

The researchers also show that one HAR-regulated gene in particular, called PPP1R17, has undergone rapid change in both cell-type and developmental expression patterns between non-primates and primates and between non-human primates and humans. They went on to show that PPP1R17 slows the progression of neural progenitor cells through the cell cycle. This is notable given that lengthening of the cell cycle in non-human primates and humans is known to force a slowing of neurological development, an important feature of the human brain.

The new findings define many HARs that play key roles in neuronal gene regulatory programs; nearly half of all HARs show reproducible chromatin accessibility and enhancer activity in neural cells and tissue, according to the researchers. They’ve also developed an easily searchable online resource (the HARHub) consisting of the new data and previously published datasets of common and rare human HAR sequence variation. This databank now serves as a resource for scientists to make even more discoveries. Already, it has offered intriguing insights.

“Our work provides an important advance in studying many genomic regions at once to help us piece together the very complicated but compelling picture of human brain evolution,” Walsh says. “Our data suggest that evolution of the human brain involved changes in dozens or perhaps even hundreds of sites in the genome, rather than just a single key gene.”

Many of the fastest-evolving human genes linked to evolutionary changes in brain development

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Journal Reference:

  1. Kelly M. Girskis, Andrew B. Stergachis, Ellen M. DeGennaro, Ryan N. Doan, Xuyu Qian, Matthew B. Johnson, Peter P. Wang, Gabrielle M. Sejourne, M. Aurel Nagy, Elizabeth A. Pollina, André M.M. Sousa, Taehwan Shin, Connor J. Kenny, Julia L. Scotellaro, Brian M. Debo, Dilenny M. Gonzalez, Lariza M. Rento, Rebecca C. Yeh, Janet H.T. Song, Marc Beaudin, Jean Fan, Peter V. Kharchenko, Nenad Sestan, Michael E. Greenberg, Christopher A. Walsh. Rewiring of human neurodevelopmental gene regulatory programs by human accelerated regions. Neuron, 2021; DOI: 10.1016/j.neuron.2021.08.005

“Probably one of the most interesting questions in neuroscience is, ‘What makes us human?’” says Christopher Walsh (@chrisawalsh1) of Harvard University and the Allen Discovery Center for Human Brain Evolution. “Specifically, what is it about the human brain that differentiates it from those of other closely related species? Looking at human accelerated regions provided us with a very targeted way to investigate that question from a genetic perspective.”

To systematically identify which of the 3,171 previously identified HARs are most likely to be contributing to recent evolution of the human cerebral cortex, the researchers examined the role of these regions in regulating genes in studies of multiple human and mouse cell types and tissues.

“We knew going into this study that many HARs were likely to function as regulators of gene expression in the brain, but we knew very little about which cell types in the brain they worked in, where, or at what time in the human lifespan,” explains Ellen DeGennaro (@ViolinPlots), one of the study’s first authors in the Walsh lab. “Our goal was to fill in these gaps of knowledge about which HARs had important roles in the brain, and how, so that we and other researchers could take the most important ‘brain HARs’ and perform deeper tests of their evolutionary function.”

To overcome the limitations of earlier methods, Walsh and his colleagues developed an applied approach called CaptureMPRA. The new method leverages barcoded molecular inversion probes to capture target sequences that capture entire HAR elements and their surrounding DNA, overcoming some limitations of prior techniques. Using this approach, they looked for important differences in HAR enhancer function between humans and chimpanzees.

They also integrated this data with epigenetic data at HARs in human fetal neural cells to identify HARs that looked likely to have an important role in guiding human-specific brain development. Some of the activity they uncovered was specific to the brain, as compared to other organs in the body. They also found activity that was even more specific to certain cell types in the fetal brain, as opposed to brains of adults.

Overall, the new findings show that many HARs do indeed appear to act as neurodevelopmental enhancers, the researchers report. The new data suggests that, as those human sequences diverged from other mammals, they have largely increased their role as neuronal enhancers.

The researchers also show that one HAR-regulated gene in particular, called PPP1R17, has undergone rapid change in both cell-type and developmental expression patterns between non-primates and primates and between non-human primates and humans. They went on to show that PPP1R17 slows the progression of neural progenitor cells through the cell cycle. This is notable given that lengthening of the cell cycle in non-human primates and humans is known to force a slowing of neurological development, an important feature of the human brain.

The new findings define many HARs that play key roles in neuronal gene regulatory programs; nearly half of all HARs show reproducible chromatin accessibility and enhancer activity in neural cells and tissue, according to the researchers. They’ve also developed an easily searchable online resource (the HARHub) consisting of the new data and previously published datasets of common and rare human HAR sequence variation. This databank now serves as a resource for scientists to make even more discoveries. Already, it has offered intriguing insights.

“Our work provides an important advance in studying many genomic regions at once to help us piece together the very complicated but compelling picture of human brain evolution,” Walsh says. “Our data suggest that evolution of the human brain involved changes in dozens or perhaps even hundreds of sites in the genome, rather than just a single key gene.”

Many of the fastest-evolving human genes linked to evolutionary changes in brain development

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