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I, the butcher of Algiers
Nejma Rondeleux   

I, the butcher of Algiers | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanBent Meziane (the daughter of Meziane), as she wants to be called, is a butcher since 1987. In her neat shop at the outskirts of Algiers, she recounts her story and her vision as a woman butcher, while attending two customers. Radio M

 
Algerian Islamism. The Big Split
Ghania Khelifi   

Algerian Islamism. The Big Split | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanIf the authorities decided to abandon their electoral fraud practices, the polls of the 10th May 2012 could be double or nothing for the well-established or new Islamist parties. The latter are strongly mobilised and attempt to silence their dissent in order to realise their dream: achieve parliamentary majority.

 
Migrants in Algeria: interview with the human rights activist Fouad Hassam
Ghania Khelifi   
Migrants in Algeria: interview with the human rights activist Fouad Hassam  | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanHuman rights activist, Fouad Hassam is always present in the struggles and protest for rights. The arrests, the bans he suffers from the authorities have failed to silence him. Interview.
 
Ramadan 2012: The Month of Excess
Ghania Khelifi   
Ramadan 2012: The Month of Excess  | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanFrom intolerance to food waste, Ramadan has lost its original meaning and serves as a pretext for national paralysis.
 
After the legislative elections in Algeria…
Ghania Khelifi   
After the legislative elections in Algeria…  | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe 10th May legislative elections have dinned cards but the dice are always loaded. The opposition struggles to impose itself.
 
Hamid Fadhel, a life for migrants in Algiers
Nejma Rondeleux   

Hamid Fadhel, a life for migrants in Algiers | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanOn the long road of exile, migrants also encounter good souls. Hamid Fadhel is one of them. This thirty-seven year-old Algerian dedicates himself completely to others for 15 years, within the association Rencontre et Développement. (Ebticar / Radio M)

 
Kahina, The Woman They Don’t Love
Ghania Khelifi   

Kahina, The Woman They Don’t Love | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThis figure of Algeria’s past represents the possibility of a diversity that is intolerable in the eyes of the single thought holders.

 
Sub-Saharan Migrants in Algeria
Ghania Khelifi   
Sub-Saharan Migrants in Algeria | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe security situation in the Sahel will not improve the image of Sub-Saharan migrants living in Algeria. Already victims of everyday racism and serious violations of their human rights, they will now be suspected of collusion with armed Islamists.
 
Algeria: Independent Unions Against Government Repression
Ghania Khelifi   
Algeria: Independent Unions Against Government Repression | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanSince the Arab Spring, the Algerian government’s fear of seeing the emerging movement of revolt by people belonging to no group reaching all social categories by capillary action is increasingly manifested through the ferocity of repression.
 
Portrait of a migrant woman.
Ghania Khelifi   

Portrait of a migrant woman. | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanNaima has succeeded her project to settle in France. She has accepted to pay the price and is willing to fight and face the difficulties of integrating in this country.

 

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