The question of immigration has been quite prominent in Europe recently, with the presence of refugees in Calais prompting much debate.
Are the French becoming more tolerant towards individuality at work? Stephanie explores workplace discrimination in France.
The Paris French Tech Ticket encourages entrepreneurs from all over the world to start up their new businesses in France – and it looks irresistible.
The French blocus, usually involving blocking an entrance or street in protest, has a long history dating back to before Napoleon. But is it effective?
The French are famous for their long lunch hours and even longer August holidays. Does this means that they're not working hard, or have they found the key to being better workers than the rest of us?
We think of the small businesses in France as emblematic of France itself. After hearing several of the business owners voice their worry about `changing times`, I had to wonder; just how important are these small businesses today?
The most recent rail and air strikes in France have left many a traveller with frustrated plans. If you've been unlucky enough to get caught out, you've probably been asking yourself: 'Why?!'. Well, it's complicated.
Recent government back-pedalling on equality classes in schools has some of us questioning just what égalité in France means.
The latest electronic craze to hit the streets of Paris - electronic cigarettes.
Is the idealised perception of French women making a woman’s place in French politics more difficult?