What you (maybe) missed this week

The new Minister of Foreign Trade, Attraction, Francophonie and French Abroad spoke this Monday, March 18, 2024 before the 90 councilors of the Assembly of French Abroad who are celebrating their fortieth plenary session this week.

> Geopolitics, dematerialization, teaching: Franck Riester’s first speech to the AFE

Where are we with the CAP 2030 objective? Elements of response with Matthieu Peyraud, director of cultural, educational, academic and scientific diplomacy at the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs.

> Red EFE: “Multilingualism constitutes a real argument for the attractiveness of the network”

Literature, dance, painting, theater: inspiration flows not only in France! In the four corners of the world, the French flourish in their art and allow France to shine abroad thanks to their works. In collaboration with the French Institute, discover one of these artists every month on our site. This month, Franco-Congolese writer Alain Mabanckou examines the influence of his dual nationality on his work.

> Alain Mabanckou: “Every writer has a fictitious geography, often linked to the territory of his childhood”

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