Pandemic risks slowing women’s progress still further as unpaid caring duties grow and paid work shrinks
Posters give women a new forum and change the way they relate to public spaces, says activist Marguerite Stern
Residents in Amsterdam, Venice and Barcelona hope pandemic will spur action on mass tourism
As billions of families are on lockdown, concerns of domestic abuse have risen worldwide
A few resorts have already moved beyond skiing to attract tourists with alternative activities like wellbeing, food and culture tours, snowshoeing and snow mountain biking
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - One in five travelers is flying less as “flight shaming” propels travelers to shun air travel for the sake of the planet, according to a survey of 6,000 Western travelers.
Award-wining journalist Carrie Gracie, who left the BBC over pay discrimination, says she hopes her book with give both men and women the tools to challenge the gender pay gap
Challenging the stereotypical portrayal of Sicilians as mobsters, social enterprises are steering visitors toward mafia-free hotels, restaurants and shops
Between 400,000 and one million people a year die in developing countries from illnesses caused by uncollected rubbish dumped or burned near their homes
A gastronomic dinner at a master chef's home in Paris
PARIS — France’s world-famous butchers are sharpening their knives — but the target this time isn’t lamb chops and pork loins but a brigade of growing and increasingly confrontational vegetarians.
In June, the French Federation of Butchers sought the help of the government against the rising number of attacks from what it called “militant” vegan activists, who have been targeting shops with anti-meat graffiti, fake blood and protest stickers.
PARIS – The glamorous image of cool Parisians lighting up Gauloises while lingering at an outdoor cafe may soon go up in smoke. The French government is stubbing out the country’s love affair with tobacco.
"In France, tobacco kills 200 people every day,” Health Minister Agnes Buzyn said in May. “We need to continue this fight against one of the biggest scourges of public health.”
In recent years, France has moved to feature gruesome photos of diseased lungs on cigarette packs, among other det...
Most French people don't take home leftovers, but a proposed law could change what they do with uneaten food.
France's Normandy region is famous for the D-Day landings and Camembert cheese, but now it longs for another kind of invasion: British entrepreneurs escaping Brexit.
In the land of haute pâtisserie, doughnuts are supplanting traditional French pastries. The iconic American confections have become a favorite sweet treat.