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“ABC of Health” books for Mozambique

Thanks to the Staff Association’s Long-Term Collections Committee, primary and secondary school children in Mozambique will now have access to the ‘ABC of Health’ books, of which the printing and distribution costs were fully covered by the Long-Term Collections.

On October 2nd, Marilena Streit-Bianchi, a CERN honorary member, visited University of Lurio in Mozambique accompanied by Prof.Francisco Noa, Rector of the University and Júlio Mendes, Provincial Director of Education and Human Development, to present these illustrated books to the national authorities, press and television.

Public meetings on 16 and 19 October 2018: thank you for your participation!

The CERN Staff Association warmly thanks all those who came to the public meetings on 16 and 19 October 2018.

The slides presented (in English) and the video recordings of the meetings (in French and English) are available online.

Interview with Ghislain Roy, the President of the Staff Association

On the occasion of the 300th edition of Echo, Ghislain Roy, the current President of the Staff Association (SA) answered our questions…

Ghislain, who was trained as a physicist, joined CERN in 1992 as a fellow. He was hired in 1993 as a staff member in the Accelerator operations group, SL/OP, where he had the opportunity to work as engineer in charge and then as LEP operations coordinator.

Some change at the Staff Association secretariat

Following her studies, Jenni Suutala joined CERN on July 1st, 2016 as administrative assistant for the Staff Association (SA).

On September 1st this year, Jenni benefitted from internal mobility and joined the HR Frontline team. We warmly thank her for her commitment at the Staff Association and wish her a lot of success in her new role !

This week at the Staff Association

You can follow the weekly work of the Staff Association by clicking on the table below.