According to the World Health Organization, in the past year, it is estimated that up to 1 billion children aged 2 to 17 were victims of child abuse.
Secretary of State for Citizenship Sabrina Agresti-Roubache presents a bill on Wednesday to better combat sectarian abuses, with the creation of a new offense targeting acts creating “psychological subjection”.
Päivi Räsänen, a Christian Finnish MP, was acquitted on November 14 by the Helsinki Court of Appeal. She was accused of “inciting hatred” against the LGBT community.
Since his election in 2020, the young socialist mayor of Montpellier Michaël Delafosse has become the herald of unapologetic secularism which recently earned him the honors of Paris city hall but also severe criticism.
Macron committed to anti-Semitism: “each time a French person of Jewish faith is attacked, it is a French person of another faith who will be attacked”
Emmanuel Macron reiterated on Wednesday his commitment to fight against anti-ism in France, believing that “this hatred begins and precedes all others”.
On Monday, Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne paid silent tribute to the 130 people killed on November 13, 2015, in an attack claimed by the Islamic State.
In its annual report on the state of poverty in France, published this Tuesday, Secours Catholique points to “a clear worsening of poverty in 2022” which primarily affects women.
More than 182.000 people marched on Sunday afternoon against anti-Semitism in France, including 105.000 in Paris.
Seriously ill British baby Indi Gregory, at the heart of a legal battle in the United Kingdom between his parents and caregivers, died Monday following the cessation of the treatment which was keeping him alive, his family announced.
President Emmanuel Macron receives representatives of religions at the Élysée on Monday morning, the day after demonstrations against anti-Semitism and after having himself launched a call for the unity of the country in a letter to the French.