Laure Delacloche

Arriving in Lebanon almost by chance in 2011, Laure Delacloche's mind has never quite left since. She enjoys dissecting the complexity of this country and then narrating it through human stories. Laure is a freelance journalist specializing in solutions journalism. In 2023, she published "Comprendre les Libanais - Un guide interculturel" with Riveneuve Editions.

5 episodes

Non fiction 9 min.

Attraction is always political

In Lebanon, a country in full collapse, it is impossible to have a romantic encounter without politics interfering in the relationship.

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Long read 7 min.

Palestinians in Lebanon : being and wanting to truly exist

In the spring of 2021, an 11-day war between Israel and Palestine erupted, initiating a period of anxiety and anger for the approximately 260,000 Palestinian refugees in Lebanon. However, this conflict is also a source of hope and pride.

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Long read 7 min.

In Ukraine, young people are turning their backs on the Russian language

Ukraine is a bilingual country, where many families speak Russian. But since the beginning of the invasion, young Ukrainians are leaving this language behind.

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Long read 8 min.

Life in Bankrupt Lebanon

To fill the fridge serenely, withdraw cash at the ATM ; all trivial things that aren’t taken for granted anymore in Fadia’s family.

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Long read 10 min.

Lebanon: From Spark to Implosion

September 2020, this is a year of crisis and delusions, highlighted by the explosion in Beirut, that Lebanese people went through.

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