« Portraits of independence » will feature various portraits of of people fighting for the independence of Wales. It’s time to have a voice and make it loud and proud ! Today, for our first article, we contacted Lloyd, who, among many other activities, shares graphs to follow the evolution of the Coronavirus in Wales.
Recently the coronavirus has spread more and more in Europe, especially in France or Italy where the situation may seem worrying. While the coronavirus is being managed at national level in France, people may wonder how things are working and what the news outline is for Wales. So let’s see how things are going today in the dragon state !
While Coronavirus is rather scary to people in France, but also to some extent in the UK, Indy French would like to point out that the risks are moderate and that a few good actions can stop the progression of the virus.
How about staying warm AND buy sustainably ? Lucky for you, it’s possible. Today, I have decided to present you the (not very) famous brand Hemp Tailor, a responsible and green clothing trademark.
Today, as part of our first article written as Indy French, we are going to talk about the most interesting initiatives that are currently being set up in Wales !
Stop the Calvary is an article written by a Nouvelle Vue contributor who wishes to remain anonymous.
The end of the Fourth Republic was written in its chronic instability and irreparable defects. The Algerian crisis and the actions of General de Gaulle then ended it. As a result, the disappearance of the Fourth Republic is only the logical consequence of structural weaknesses and a complex context.
In striving to improve the status of women, the new feminism (product of our modern societies) seems to challenge many things, including the relationship between the sexes or the place of each person in society.
Nouvelle Vue is a French-speaking media that aims to be young and independent. Our goal is to deal with social issues, to analyze our environment and to talk about the issues we like and believe in.
To this end, we organised a thematic week on Wales in which we talked about this great country. Siôn Jobbins, chair of YesCymru, gave us an interview, available here.