French society
French Society may refer to:
TRUMP "Paris Is No Longer Paris" - Here's Why!
When President Donald Trump said "Paris is no longer Paris" at CPAC 2017, it generated outrage from the media and French politicians. After all, what was he ...
Anti-Muslim Protests Continue In Corsica Despite Ban On Gatherings
Hundreds of people took to the streets on the French island of Corsica on Sunday, in violation of the ban on demonstrations imposed in the regional capital of Ajaccio after two days of anti-Muslim pro...
Police detain five teenagers suspected of destroying 300 Jewish graves in France
Teenagers detained in eastern France as prosecutor says adolescents deny anti-Semitism motive
Romani people in France
French Romani people are generally known in spoken French as "Tsiganes". The French typically classify the Romani in their country into three groups: "Roms," referring to Romani who come from territor...
Romani people in France - Wikipedia
Georges Martin (freemason)
Georges Martin (9 May 1844, Paris - 1 October 1916) was a French doctor, politician and Freemason.
He was initiated on 21 March 1879 into the Union et Bienfaisance lodge of the Grande Loge de Fran...
Georges Martin (freemason) - Wikipedia
Anti-Muslim Protests Continue In Corsica Despite Ban On Gatherings
Hundreds of people took to the streets on the French island of Corsica on Sunday, in violation of the ban on demonstrations imposed in the regional capital of Ajaccio after two days of anti-Muslim pro...
Police detain five teenagers suspected of destroying 300 Jewish graves in France
Teenagers detained in eastern France as prosecutor says adolescents deny anti-Semitism motive
Cameroonians in France
Cameroonians in France consist of migrants from Cameroon and their descendants living and working in France.
The first Cameroonians immigrants in France came in the 1970s, like the Congolese, some...
Cameroonians in France - Wikipedia
National Front (France)
The National Front (Front national ([fʁɔ̃ na.sjɔ.nal]) or FN) is an economically protectionist, socially conservative, and nationalist political party in France. The party was founded in 1972 to unif...
National Front (France) - Wikipedia
News Items
News Items (French: Faits divers) is a 1983 French documentary film, directed by Raymond Depardon, about daily life at police station in the fifth arrondissement of Paris. It was screened in the ...
Sensitive urban zone
A sensitive urban zone (French: Zone urbaine sensible, ZUS) is an urban area in France defined by the authorities to be a high-priority target for city policy, taking into consideration local circ...
Grande Loge de France
The Grande Loge de France (GLDF) is the third largest Masonic obedience in France. It positions itself as occupying a unique position in the landscape of French Freemasonry, recognising and having re...
Mexicans in France
Mexican immigration to France refers to Mexicans and their French-born descendants. Paris is the main point of residence for Mexicans, but there are also considerable numbers in Strasbourg and Marseil...
Mexicans in France - Wikipedia
Simone and Cino Del Duca Foundation
The Simone and Cino Del Duca Foundation is a charitable foundation based in Paris, France. It was established in 1975 by Simone Del Duca (1912–2004), widow of publishing magnate Cino Del Duca (1899–19...
Human trafficking in France
France is a destination country for men, women, and children from Eastern Europe, West Africa, and Asia, as well as the Caribbean and Brazil, subjected to trafficking in persons, specifically forced p...
Antisemitism in Europe
Antisemitism (prejudice, hatred of, or discrimination against Jews for reasons connected to their Jewish heritage), has experienced a long history of expression since the days of ancient civilizations...
Antisemitism in Europe - Wikipedia
French Academy of Sciences
The French Academy of Sciences (French: Académie des sciences) is a learned society, founded in 1666 by Louis XIV at the suggestion of Jean-Baptiste Colbert, to encourage and protect the spirit of Fre...
French Academy of Sciences - Wikipedia