For Muslim youth growing up in Paris, whether or not they "feel French" is influenced by the challenges they face growing up.
Contemplating issues of inclusion and identity is no easy task for Muslim and non-Muslim youth in Paris today. What does it mean to be French, and who decides?
For the African diaspora in France life is often hard: Discrimination, lack of acceptance, a lasting struggle to complete their educations and to become full members of society.
Church leaders from around the globe have made a 10-point appeal urging real and immediate action on climate change by world leaders meeting in Paris this December.
In French public schools, where the topic of religion remains largely taboo, students and teachers are faced with the intricate task of navigating identity and inclusion.
Muslim veils are banned in public schools as part of a French law to protect secularism. Some question whether the law has the adverse effect of limiting female autonomy.
Many assert that any tension felt by French citizens towards their Muslim counterparts is socioeconomic, not religious, in nature. Could employer discrimination be fueling that tension?
Members of the African diaspora in France share many common experiences: discrimination, lack of acceptance, and the struggle to become educated and full members of society.
You can take the Filipino away from the Philippines, but you can’t take the Philippines away from the Filipino–even in a city like Paris
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The issues surrounding the "Roma Question" are less about migration and more about poverty and social inequality.
The notoriously private Roma community is often misunderstood and discriminated against by the French.