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France: the ‘Sleepless Night’ movement is growing…

Against the background of a changing world and in a country that is still smarting from the terrorist attacks of 2015, the mood in France is one of disappointment at François Hollande’s government and protest against the proposed changes in the labour laws. In this context, the new “ Sleepless Night » movement is growing all over France, seeing the young – but also the less young – mobilize and gather in public spaces in various cities to debate and think about new alternatives to build a better world…

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  • Aurel (France)
    France: the ‘Sleepless Night’ movement is growing… - Aurel (France)
  • Plantu (France), published in Le Monde
    France: the ‘Sleepless Night’ movement is growing… - Plantu (France), published in Le Monde
  • Debuhme (Switzerland), published on Vigousse’s website
    France: the ‘Sleepless Night’ movement is growing… - Debuhme (Switzerland), published on Vigousse’s website
  • Million (France)
    France: the ‘Sleepless Night’ movement is growing… - Million (France)
  • Rousso (France)
    France: the ‘Sleepless Night’ movement is growing… - Rousso (France)
  • Chimulus (France)
    France: the ‘Sleepless Night’ movement is growing… - Chimulus (France)
  • Glez (Burkina Faso)
    France: the ‘Sleepless Night’ movement is growing… - Glez (Burkina Faso)
  • Swaha (France – Lebanon)
    France: the ‘Sleepless Night’ movement is growing… - Swaha (France – Lebanon)
  • Mykaïa (France)
    France: the ‘Sleepless Night’ movement is growing… - Mykaïa (France)
  • Plantu (France), published in Le Monde
    France: the ‘Sleepless Night’ movement is growing… - Plantu (France), published in Le Monde
  • Aurel (France)
  • Plantu (France), published in Le Monde
  • Debuhme (Switzerland), published on Vigousse’s website
  • Million (France)
  • Rousso (France)
  • Chimulus (France)
  • Glez (Burkina Faso)
  • Swaha (France – Lebanon)
  • Mykaïa (France)
  • Plantu (France), published in Le Monde