News - Rape in Libya: Nigerians testify
The migrant route to Europe is fraught with danger and disillusionment, especially for women. In two years, 14,000 Nigerians preferred repatriation. Nearly a third are women, some of whom have returned home with a child born as a result of rape. They find themselves banished from society.
In this issue, we will also see with Ingrid Therwath, from Courrier International, how, in the aftermath of the Second World War, menstruation became a symbol of freedom found for some inmates of Nazi camps.
Finally, she has long been considered a muse or a bourgeois whose hobby was painting. Today, Berthe Morisot, a figure of impressionism, is finally recognized at its fair value. The Musée d'Orsay in Paris devotes a retrospective to him.