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· October, 2010

Below are posts about citizen media in French. Don't miss Global Voices en Français, where Global Voices posts are translated into French! Read about our Lingua project to learn more about how Global Voices content is being translated into other languages.

Stories about French from October, 2010

26 October 2010

France: Youth against Pension Reform

October 19 was the seventh consecutive day of nationwide demonstrations in France against the pension reform bill. As the foreign press is reporting the protests mainyl as a social conflict,...

22 October 2010

A journey through the unheard voices of Haiti’s reconstruction

Solidar'IT in Haiti is a journey through the unheard voices of Haiti’s reconstruction, organized as a web-documentary in progress.

Benin: One of the Most Affected by the Floods in Western Africa

Cote d'Ivoire: Reports of Violence as Elections Approach

19 October 2010

Madagascar: Citizens Reporting of the Latest Clash Between Armed Forces and Protesters.

Benin: Text Messages to Help Protect Children Against Violence: Lessons Learned

Technology for Transparency Network

The Violence Against Children (VAC) project is an initiative co-implemented by PLAN and Save the Children in West Africa and takes place over 4 years in seven countries. The project...

12 October 2010

France: Magazine Tells Fairy Tales about Polygamy in Immigrant Families

Le Point, a French weekly news magazine, was the victim of a “militant” of the new kind that is rising up against the portrait being painted of residents of immigrant...

11 October 2010

Morocco: Against Torture Somewhere; Against Torture Anywhere

Moroccan bloggers have been expressing outrage over the indifference of the mainstream media and apparent double standards of their government following the death of a young Moroccan at the hands...

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