Deux voix, définition de soi, définition de voile

Deux voix, définition de soi, définition de voile J’ai recueilli les propos de deux jeunes femmes qui ont bien voulu partager avec moi une partie de leurs histoires. Ensemble, nous avons choisi de remanier ces mots, en utilisant une langue concise pour mieux faire entendre leurs voix. La voix de Mariam // Septembre 2018 – […]

Pulchérie sur sa mission en tant qu’écrivaine et la place des enjeux identitaires dans son oeuvre

Podcast available on : Pulchérie sur sa mission en tant qu’écrivaine et la place des enjeux identitaires au sein de son oeuvre Dans cet épisode, je discute avec Pulchérie Feupo, jeune écrivaine et éducatrice sociale camerounaise vivant en  Suisse travaillant au sein de la fédération vaudoise de coopération. Ellecvient de publier son premier roman, L’Âme meurtrie […]

Le parcours de la photographe Ashley Moponda

Le parcours de la photographe Ashley Moponda Ou comment faire face à une période de transition tout en découvrant sa passion Les périodes de changement ou de réajustement sont intenses, fortes en questionnement, souvent synonyme d’instabilité ou même de déprime.  Elles peuvent durer plus ou moins longtemps, en réalité, elle dure aussi longtemps que l’on […]

Why you should travel solo!

Why you should travel solo! Recently, I had the guts to travel completely by myself for a week for a holiday without the intent to meet with a friend, nor without a cultural and educational structure or volunteering association. Just me myself and I. I am always thought to be independent but for some reason, […]

İstanbul çok güzel! / Istanbul is mesmerizing!

İstanbul is mesmerizing! There are some cities where you simply feel safe, feel well, places you feel a warmth sensation every time you are coming back. Istanbul has a unique type of energy that naturally elevates my mind, my mood and triggers creativity. Travelling regularly to places that conveys such great energies is in the […]

A Book Many Lessons: A work from Ahmadou Kourouma

A work from Ahmadou Kourouma Ahmadou Kourouma is an Ivorian writer and political activist. Quand on refuse on dit non (When We Refuse We Say No) is the first book I have read from him and it will not be my last. This book is truly influential, throughout conveying part of the history of Ivory Coast […]

A Book Many Lessons: A Work From Fatou Diome

A Book Many Lessons: A Work From Fatou Diome     This book is one of the best things I have read in a long time. Fatou Diome is a Senegalese-French writer, “Le Ventre de l’Atlantique” (translated as “The Belly of the Atlantic”) is her first novel where she explores with humility and humour, the […]

Your money or your life? : On burn outs

Your money or your life? : on Burn outs How can you make time for self-care when you have one, two or three demanding jobs? How can you make time for self-care when you need to work substantially to eat and pay the bills? How can you make time for self-care when you are struggling […]

Fatherless daughters: a social and self-love issue

Fatherless daughters: a social and self-love issue Distancing yourself emotionally and putting self-care at the centre of your philosophy. Understanding that even though the situation will always affect you, it does not have to hurt you can be ways to heal as fatherless daughters. Being a fatherless daughter is too often rationalised. It is not enough considered […]

25 things I have no doubt about: Lessons learned

25 things I have no doubt about: Lessons learned I just turned 25 and I am more than excited about this new age, this new stage of my life. I have never been so comfortable in my own skin, ageing has been quite comforting so far. Birthdays are a great opportunity for self-reflection and introspection. […]