Camille and Justine: Double trouble that vent their anger

By Girlshood Magazine on Sept. 20, 2017

The dynamic duo Camille & Justine use both small and big annoyances in the name of comedy. From reactionary vegans to pushy men in bars, a large spectrum of daily life in France is squeezed into their YouTube channel. Girlshood made the most of their hype to interview them on Messenger. 

Diskutier Mit Mir: Where political opposites attract

By Mick ter Reehorst on Sept. 19, 2017

Only a few days left until Germany goes to the ballots. Although many have described the run-up to the elections as boring and uneventful, Louis Klamroth and his team at Diskutier Mit Mir are spicing things up. Their online chat platform pairs people from either side of the political spectrum in Germany, forcing strangers to confront and justify their vote-to-be. 

Greece and refugees: Lives put on hold for reunification

By Kirsten Breau on Sept. 8, 2017

A small gesture can go a long way. That's definitely the case for the Mobile Info Team in Greece, a dedicated crew of 12 volunteers who seek to give counsel to refugees on asylum laws and procedures. In an administrative system that can sometimes feel like a Kafkaesque nightmare, these movers and shakers work tirelessly to reunite divided families. And it's not always easy.

Harmonica Creams: When Japan meets Celtic blues

By Laurence Le Maire on Sept. 4, 2017

Between bodhráns and bagpipes, a Japanese band has dedicated their body and soul to Irish music. With four albums that nestled in the Japanese charts, Harmonica Creams has become somewhat of a reference in the land of the rising sun. We sat down with the band’s leader in Paris to find out why.