DRC: When Vodacom and VISA empower women (Press release)

The Vodacom Foundation in collaboration with VISA is launching the “JE SUIS CAP” campaign, a new program for the empowerment of 500 women living with disabilities supported by the Ministry of PVH & APV. On September 8, 2022, the Vodacom Foundation in collaboration with the VISA Company, as part of its vast annual program, “12 … Read more

France: the resurgence of chicken meat imports puts the poultry sector in difficulty

Published on : 09/09/2022 – 00:01 Still shaken by the devastation caused by avian flu, the French poultry sector is sounding the alarm. Chicken imports have increased sharply this year, a real concern for the profession. The year 2022 confirms the return to the rise in poultry imports in France, a real threat for the … Read more

Energodar bombed, the IAEA calls for a safety zone around the Zaporijia power plant, new visa restrictions for Russians. What to remember from the war in Ukraine on September 6

War between Ukraine and Russiacase Energodar, the city where the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant is located, was bombed on Tuesday evening, hours after the publication of an IAEA report calling for a “safe zone” around the site controlled by the Russians. The city of Zaporizhia nuclear power plant bombed Energodar, the city where the Zaporizhia … Read more

Olaf Scholz continues his quest for gas around the world in Canada

By Ludovic Hirtzmann Published on 08/19/2022 at 17:36, Update on 08/19/2022 at 17:36 The construction of the LNG terminal in Kitimat, British Columbia, in 2022. It was to deliver gas between 2023 and 2025 for Asian markets. LNG Canada Ottawa has huge oil and gas reserves but lacks the means to export them. To Montreal … Read more

the war in Ukraine at the heart of the photojournalism festival

Published on : 03/09/2022 – 16:52 They became the first witnesses of war crimes committed in Ukraine and their work today serves as a basis for investigators mandated by the international community. The Visa pour l’image festival in Perpignan pays tribute this year to the reporters who covered the conflict. Among the millions of images … Read more

Lucas Barioulet immortalizes the daily life of the war

Published on : 09/01/2022 – 16:52 Lucas Barioulet, 26, is a freelance photojournalist. Like many other media, The world sent him to Ukraine from March until May. On the occasion of the Visa pour l’Image festival in Perpignan, he presents an exhibition that highlights the new daily life of a bruised people. From our special … Read more

Evgeniy, Mstyslav and Sergei, war reporters in their own country, Ukraine

Covering a war in one’s own country, such as Ukraine, affects “the soul, the heart” and for photographers who have witnessed the last moments of Mariupol or the Boutcha massacre, there is no other self where to recover; the mission continues. Evgeniy Maloletka and Mstyslav Chernov were the first and last journalists in Mariupol, a … Read more

France jostled on the world stage

France seems less and less welcome in many of its former colonies in Africa. After the arrival of Wagner’s Russian mercenaries, the Malian authorities forced Paris to put an end to Operation Barkhane. France withdrew its last soldiers on August 15, nine years after being welcomed there as a savior. A reversal that risks heralding … Read more

Mstyslav Chernov and Evgeniy Maloletka recount three weeks in the hell of Mariupol

Mstyslav Chernov, 37, born in Kharkiv, eastern Ukraine, and Evgeniy Maloletka, 35, born in Berdyansk, a Russian-occupied city in the southeast, are both photographers for Associated Press (AP ). On the occasion of the Visa pour l’Image festival, the two tall dark-haired men, with piercing eyes and drawn features, recount their living and working conditions, … Read more