A language is said to die when it stops evolving. Is it the same for a society? A country? A continent? If so, take heart: our era is alive and well! Demonstrations, uprising, collective upheavals, individual awareness, changing mores... The movement is constant, difficult to capture, and, at times, terrifying. Far from fantasies, we tell the intimate story of these upheavals.

22 episodes

After The Revolution, Now What?

First Person 46 min.

Algeria, Morocco: Once upon a Hirak

The two neighboring countries of the Maghreb have each experienced their ownHirak (movement in Arabic) in recent years: in 2016 for Morocco and in 2019 for Algeria. Two women and a man tell their experience of this movement, from doubt to combat, through all their hopes.

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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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Non fiction 6 min.

Réunion Island: End of the world, end of the month—two sides of the same battle?

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Long read 7 min.

In the northern suburbs of Marseille, meet the school that strives to change the world

Through social diversity and Scouting-inspired teaching methods, the school fosters values such as solidarity and self-confidence well beyond its walls.

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Non fiction 9 min.

Riding Afrobeats Across The World

When foreign friends introduce him to the music "back home", TJ Benson seeks to understand how this local music has become global

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Long read 6 min.

Abortion in Poland: a solidarity chain against repression

It is not easy to get an abortion in Poland, but it is made easier by Natalia, Katarzyna, Gosia, and Justyna, all of whom contribute to fighting repression in their own way.

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