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Manon graduated with a Master’s Degree in Research of Comparative Literature at the University of Provence. In 2017, she launched her first journalism blog, “La Femme-Plume” where she analysed links between society and pop culture. In June, she became a writer for “Il court Mirabeau”, a famous blog dedicated to Provence. In September, she left Southern France’s sun to study International Journalism at City, University of London. This is how she got interested in investigative journalism and social issues such as gender equality.

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