Since 2015, the initative “Lulu dans ma rue” has brought some village feel to Paris. True to the adage ’Metro, work, sleep’, many Parisians don’t know their neighbors. During the pandemic, many are isolated and lonely. The Lulus aim to change that.
Between the 1960s and 1980s, France took some 2,000 children away from their families in the overseas territory of Reunion and sent them to France. Some of them hope reconnecting with their past will helpContinue reading
Children at the age of ten normally spend their free time riding a bicycle or playing hide and seek. But Rafael, a little boy living in Paris, has found another pastime – one that isContinue reading
Five years after the November 2015 terror attacks in Paris, survivors have found their own ways to deal with the trauma. But they will likely have to live with the pain forever. My TV andContinue reading