Hannah’s World

Hannah lives in Kurdistan / Northern Iraq. Here, she describes the world from her own personal perspective.    My name is Hannah, I am 16 years old. I am from Kurdistan and I live in Halabja. I am a student at high school and my school is a private school that we can learn three […]

Preserving local culture, identity and dialects are important!

Fabrice, from France describes a winter tradition in Eastern France. The Alsatian Amateur Theatre world and what it really means for local culture. I would like to describe a great activity which I have been practising for a few years. The Alsatian theatre is one of the most interesting and one of the most creative […]

What I do, by Thierno (Dakar, Senegal)

In our series about the participants in the Brida Journal Project, “Mola” describes his typical days in Dakar, Senegal. Dakar has a population of over 3 million inhabitants, It has a lot of cars, the traffic is dense and it is becoming too much polluted. The weather is usually sunny. People are kind and sociable […]

Who we are. By Olivier

In this series, we ask others, who contribute to the Journal, to introduce themselves. I worked for 40 years and most of my jobs were to manage teams in warehouses. For the last four years, I was a buyer. It means, I sent orders to manufacturers to supply different warehouses for our chain of supermarkets. […]

Welcome to Seebach, Alsace, France

By Monique & Bernard Seebach is a town in the Alsace region of France, in north-eastern France. It is at the border to and has a population of 1850 inhabitants. We grow tobacco, wheat, maize and hops. We also have a lot of shops, which is not typical for villages in this region. Because there […]