"La Déferlante", Source: when women are entrepreneurs in the media
“La Déferlante”, a French quarterly magazine sold in bookstores, presents itself as “the review of feminist revolutions”.
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On the eve of International Women's Rights Day, the spotlight is on two projects carried out in France by and for women: the feminist review La Déferlante and the Source program, from the Creatis residence.
is a quarterly magazine that was launched on Thursday March 4, 2021 in France.
Without advertising, sold at the price of 19 euros only in bookstores, it presents itself as "the review of feminist revolutions".
Its ambition is to become the reference journal on feminist questions, the one that will tell the effervescence of our time on these questions.
met in Paris one of the four co-founders of La Déferlante,
, details its positioning and its ambitions.
In the second part of the show, it is about the
, an incubator based in Paris.
At the end of January, it launched a program called
, the objective of which is to support the creation of media and cultural enterprises carried exclusively by women and more specifically those who are far from these universes.
, CEO of Creatis.
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