Babyblues: Why are France’s high birth rates falling?

For years, France has been proud of its high fertility rate. The country has long been Europe’s champion of child manufacturing. But France has experienced a kind of “baby blues” in recent years: the number of births is declining, a phenomenon accentuated by the Covid-19 pandemic. We take a closer look at this edition of French Connections.

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