https://www.lesechos.fr/politique-socie ... 172980.php
http://www.madmoizelle.com/service-nati ... ron-878793
A bit nationalistic (this is France, after all)
The program for these adolescents continues to take shape following the communique of the ministerial cabinet of National Education and Youth.
In particular, we learn that young people will have to get up at dawn to greet the flag and sing the national anthem, dressed in a uniform.
Educators and soldiers will be responsible for teaching young people first aid, as well as how to react in the event of a terrorist attack.
Courses on Republican values and environmental protection will also be provided.
The government hopes to train "citizen-actors" during this course, with practical lessons such as role-play, forest walks or orienteering races.
Finally, French language assessments and a health check will be required.
The universal national service is becoming a reality little by little.
After conducting a survey of young people about their opinion and expectations about the SNU, Gabriel Attal, the government member in charge of the case granted an interview to the Parisian.
Remember, the UNS should take the form of a mandatory month, consisting of two weeks in boarding, and the possibility of a continuation of this SNU later for those who wish.
According to Gabriel Attal, the consultation revealed that a quarter of young people say that they do not want to do this.
In terms of content, it seems that the most popular learning aspect concerns reactions in the event of a terrorist attack or natural disaster, but also an environmental awareness.
To be honest, it doesn't look that bad. One month, of which two weeks residential, and some citizenship stuff.