Cette semaine dans Le Buzz, on s’interroge sur l’évolution de la société française concernant la question du mariage gay ; on dit adieu à la Grande Dame du design Andrée Putman et on commence à fêter les 100 ans du palace parisien Le Plaza Athénée.
Fin septembre, Jean-François Copé évoque, dans la sphère publique, le racisme anti-blanc. Selon le quotidien Le Monde, le candidat à la présidence de l'UMP souhaiterait « briser un tabou ».
Pre-2007, it was enough for the French public to accept gitans as a necessary bother, to steer clear of them and hope they might move on. But since Romania and Bulgaria’s accession to the European Union in 2007, the game has changed.
In Australia, it seems that opportunities to gamble are everywhere. In France, by contrast, gambling is largely limited to casinos and betting shops (PMU). But does this mean France is free from problem gambling?
The marginalisation of immigrant populations in France has left many without hope for change. Although a run-down on France’s colonialist past is no small task, the root of current unrest is fundamentally a crisis of identity. Is the election of Socialist François Hollande as President a chance for resolution?
n total juxtaposition to the glamour of the season of Advent, I recently read about a rather controversial decision which would affect the capital – or a good 9.2 per cent of it this year, if the unemployment statistics are anything to go by. During my time in Paris, I remember noticing the stark and irrefutable presence of the city’s SDF (sans domicile fixe, or homeless).