J’accuse: Empowering Citizens’ Voices through Theatre Insights from Isabelle Jonniaux, Belgian ComedianWritten by Daniela Bularda
Giving voice to citizens’ individual rights is the purpose of the theatre play J’accuse, the title of which may send readers to research literary references. The show brings together five ordinary and millennial women who express, through monologues, their day-to-day dissatisfactions. Isabelle Jonniaux, one of the comedians in J’accuse and artistic director at the multi-disciplinary cultural space Atelier210 in Brussels, gives us details from backstage.
YT’s Africa contributor, Hussaini Mohammed, went to Nigeria’s Osun State to meet one of the best creative Adire and Batik designers in Nigeria, Jibril Babangida. Jibril is creating jobs for hundreds of unemployed men and women by producing homemade Batik. In an interview with YT, the young Nigerian entrepreneur talks about his life story, pointing out that knowledge, persistence, and hard work are the sure way to move Nigeria’s artistic and creative professionals forward.
Move Over, Valets, Robots Are Here To Park Cars – An Interview With The CEO Of Stanley Robotics, Mr. Clément BoussardWritten by Martina Advaney
A young team headed by Clement Boussard has recently contracted to supply robots to park cars at the Charles de Gaulle airport. Recognized as one of the most exciting startups of 2017, his company, to date, has raised close to 4 million dollars in financing. We interviewed Mr. Boussard to learn more about his company.