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    So I'm doing a research project on the banlieue problem in Paris: how the problem has escalated since the 2005 riots and the increased risk of terrorism. But does anyone know of any solutions to the problem? I mean obviously the government could invest more money in the 'reinvention' of these suburbs, but aside from financing, does anyone have any other suggestions?
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    (Original post by Alex.trin)
    So I'm doing a research project on the banlieue problem in Paris: how the problem has escalated since the 2005 riots and the increased risk of terrorism. But does anyone know of any solutions to the problem? I mean obviously the government could invest more money in the 'reinvention' of these suburbs, but aside from financing, does anyone have any other suggestions?
    Not sure this is helpful but try watching La Haine.
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    (Original post by MrDoggyPants)
    Not sure this is helpful but try watching La Haine.
    Thanks for the recommendation, I'll watch it tomorrow
 
 
 
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