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

Forced labor by Uyghurs derails China-EU investment deal

After seven years of negotiations, the investment agreement between China and the European Union is stuck. In question, the revelations on forced labor in Xinjiang … Read more

“They would like us to believe that sport is a bubble, that there is no politics”

Seghir Lazri works on the theme of the social vulnerability of athletes. In this column, he sifts a few clichés of sport through the social … Read more

The National Music Center, on a mission despite the slump

The National Music Center (CNM) has finally found its shape. This long-term project waited forty-three years before hatching, the consequence of too great a heterogeneity … Read more

ISA closed the purchase of the Coastal Concession

Through ISA Intervial Chile, a subsidiary of the group and the main operator of interurban highway concessions in that country, the acquisition of 100% of … Read more

Extinction Rebellion and Youth for Climate re-dressed Zara

Hay, flowers and a banner against the “Overexploitation of workers and destruction of ecosystems”. Here is the ephemeral window that was installed a few hours … Read more

Desjardins: a new $ 50 million impact fund for developing countries

Desjardins has just set up the private equity fund Aequitas, with an initial envelope of $ 50 million, which will make investments with a social … Read more