call for a national strike on February 2

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While its implementation finally seems to be scheduled, the reform of reception methods continues to be talked about. The collective Pas de B Bébé à la Consigne is calling for a national strike on February 2.

After more than two years of an extended legislative series and consultations between all stakeholders in early childhood, the reform of childcare is taking shape. On December 7, the law on the acceleration and simplification of public action, known as "Asap" was promulgated. Its article 99 thus empowers the government to reform childcare by ordinance.

In response to this, the collective Pas de B Bébé à la Consigne calls for a day of mobilization to protest against a reform that will reduce, according to it, the quality of childcare. “With the Taquet reform, babies will no longer know where they are crouching! ", can we read on the leaflet published on the collective's Facebook page. "The government announced a law of simplification and harmonization: it offers us deregulation at the expense of the quality of reception of toddlers", he protests.

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Nursery nurses mobilized

The ANPDE (National Association of Graduated Pediatric Nurses and Students), which left the No Babies collective last year, has also submitted its proposals to the Secretary of State for Childhood and Families.

Among them, the possibility of accommodating in MAM up to 20 children, as well as the visit of a nursery nurse at least once a year for "Check the adequacy between the needs of the child and the childminder's care offer". She also reiterates the wish for unannounced home visits.

Barbara ejenguele

A journalism student, Barbara is currently in a work-study master's degree and writes on parenthood for the Aufeminin Maman, Parole de Mamans and Avis de Mamans websites.

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