How Paris can support the preservation of LGBTQI history and culture

Tribune. Over the past fifty years, a movement has emerged around the world to trace the past of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender, queer, intersex (LGBTQI) … Read more

The office is not dead, Parisians are asking for more

Since the confinement, the collaborative nature of the office space has been reinforced. And teleworking is not considered by employees as “the future”Of work, reveals … Read more

“In the hospital, this second wave is more difficult to manage”

INTERVIEW – President of the Federation of French hospitals, Frédéric Valletoux is worried about the worsening situation. By Marie-Cecile Renault Frédéric Valletoux, president of the … Read more

“Mr. Paty, he was too funny, we all wanted to have him”

Samuel Paty, the history-geo teacher assassinated on Friday, was apparently an ace at jokes. Charlotte (1), 13, tells how much he could make people laugh … Read more