ENTRETIEN AVEC LARISSA M. BIELER

« La Suisse est profondément imbriquée dans les réseaux internationaux. C’est un pays capable d’influer sur les décisions à l’étranger. Paradoxalement, elle reste fortement dépendante du reste du monde. Face à ces enjeux, notre positionnement journalistique doit se renforcer »

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« Nous ouvrons une fenêtre sur la Suisse. Dans nos reportages, nous essayons d’apporter un éclairage sur ce pays multilingue, petit, mais d’une grande puissance économique, et sur tout ce qui fait sa singularité. Notre but est d’atteindre nos lecteurs aux quatre coins du globe. »

Dale Bechtel
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SWI Highlights 2017

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2017:
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How the Swiss film industry is coping with the pandemic
Filmmaking doesn't naturally lend itself to social distancing, meaning the coronavirus is disrupting films worldwide. This is how Swiss directors and the industry ...
Swiss women's football anniversary
It's the 50th anniversary of the women's football league in Switzerland, and there's a special exhibition at Zurich's football club to celebrate women's participation ...
Why is Switzerland one of the most expensive countries?
Everybody seems to agree, Switzerland is one of the most expensive countries in the world, but why is that? The anecdotal evidence is there, and in the press, ...
How does asylum work in Switzerland
Switzerland has a humanitarian tradition and deals with relatively more asylum requests than other European countries, given the size of the population.
How to become Swiss
If you have a connection to Switzerland through your family or your partner and want to make it official by becoming Swiss yourself – this is how you can go ...
A sex change in the army
Lieutenant colonel Christian Hug told his bosses that he was going to become a woman. The army supported his decision and now Christine is the first ...
Swiss and homeless
A study by the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Northwest Switzerland shines a light on homelessness in Switzerland. Despite a social welfare net, ...
Swiss president expresses gratitude to Swiss Abroad
In a Swiss National Day address to Swiss citizens who live in another country, Ueli Maurer, who holds the rotating Swiss presidency this year, stresses shared ...
Starmus honours men who reached for the moon
With a mix of music and award honours, the Starmus Festival being held in Zurich this week has paid homage to the men who made the first moon landing ...
Gender equality in the art world
125 museums, hundred of exhibitions, pages of data. We wanted to know what percentage of exhibited artworks in Swiss museums was created by women ...