For a month, protesters have been gathering every evening in one of Paris' main squares, the 'place de la republique.' How do French President Hollande's labour law reforms tie in, and why is the movement gaining momentum? DW's Max Hofmann reports.
A new mass movement - Nuit Debout - 'Rise Up at Night' - in France is demanding more social justice.
French authorities have warned any violent protests tied to the Nuit Debout movement will face justice. The two-week old Nuit Debout protests have been largely peaceful.
France's "Nuit Debout" protests have morphed into a leaderless citizens' movement aimed at giving a grassroots voice to at least one slice of the French population, reports Elizabeth Bryant from Paris.
Emmanuel Macron's plans to make France's labor market more competitive have been decried by critics as the "mother of all reforms." DW looks at how the president plans to overhaul the country's stringent labor laws.
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