Pieces of countryside. In September 2021, The world launched “Fragments of France”, an unprecedented portrait of the country through more than a hundred reports. One month before the presidential election, the editorial team is once again mobilizing with “Fragments de campagne”. Through a weekly live, reports, chats…, we address these subjects which seem to us both essential but also ignored in political debates. Youth, public services, environment, old age… Since March 2 and until the first round, scheduled for April 10, Le Monde. fr holds a special day every week. On the menu today: the place where we choose to live.
How do you live? In the middle of the presidential campaign, Le Monde is interested in the place where one chooses or not to live. Is being an owner an end in itself or an endangered species? Is living in the city a luxury? Throughout this special day, do not hesitate to send us your testimonies on your place of life, your hopes, your fears, your expectations in the perspective of the presidential election…
In the program
We’ll talk all day housing and inequalities of access in the territories. You can also ask your questions to our special speakers during two chats:
10:30 a.m. : Jean-Claude Driantprofessor at the Paris School of Urban Planning and housing specialist, will answer your questions about housing policies, the social rental stock and the functioning of real estate markets.
4 p.m.: Simon Cortevilleresponsible for energy renovation and social policies at ANAH (the National Housing Agency), will speak on the subject of renovating their home.
Throughout this special day, illustrator Gabrielle Piquet is also our guest! She will draw your testimonies and the topics covered in this live.
For further :
Report. “It’s not nothing to say to yourself: here, I own it, it’s my garden”: the dream of a single-family house still tenacious
Decryption. What the presidential candidates offer in terms of housing
Decryption. The first steps of the new public service for the energy renovation of housing