Family Youth

During lockdown, it’s hard not to see your kids.

The containment decreed after the progression of the Covid-19 epidemic does not allow all separated parents to see their children. Whether the decision was deliberate or forced, this unprecedented separation is not easy to live with. In the light of psychologist Mary Gohin. Cover picture: Carolyn Attwood on Unsplash.

Employment Sport Youth

In Angers, they convert the try in employment

Since 2017, the Angers rugby club, under the impetus of its president Patrice Le Ber, has launched a professional training programme. The aim: to combine the values of sport with a return to employment. The 400-hour training programme includes 120 hours of sports activities and an internship. On completion, 80% of the candidates find work. […]

Sport Youth

A trans-Atlantic race at 17

Martin Louchart is 17 years old, Frédéric Duchemin 55. One is a high school student, the other a dentist. But the age difference did not prevent them from setting off together for the Transat Jacques-Vabre, heading for Salvador de Bahia in Brazil. They were both trying the adventure for the first time and came back […]

Fashion Youth

From template to catwalk

Manon, a student in a fashion school, found her vocation a little by chance, whereas her parents would have liked her to study medicine. For three years, she learned to draw, sew, iron, create a portfolio, craft clothes to make her collection. With the photographer David Godichaud, we followed her for a few months of […]