Jean Eyssartier, Cecile Colombe, Laurent Kupferman, Marjolaine Fraysse, Severine Delaville
ANEF is an association fighting exclusion through prevention, educational and social reintegration.
Giovanna Rincon – ACCEPTESS-T
Acceptess-T stands for of Concrete Actions Conciliating Education, Prevention, Work, Equity, Health and Sport for Transgender People. Based in Paris, this Trans NGO works to defend the rights of the most vulnerable transgender people through intersectionality.
Élise Moison – Association Force Femmes
Recognised of public interest, Force Femmes is an association whose objective is to support and assist unemployed women over the age of 45 in their efforts to return to work and start a business.
The Joséphine non-profit association is committed to fighting isolation and breaking down barriers to essential care. According to its conception of beauty, all women should be able to have access to beauty care and time for well-being. The services provided in its salons reinforce self-esteem and empowers women towards a more dignified life.
Association Les Amis du Bus des Femmes
Based in Paris, the Bus des Femmes provides a community-based public health services to prostitutes. The Bus des Femmes operates in the prostitution areas of the Paris Region with 8 weekly tours: 4 by day and 4 by night.
Philippe Levêque, Emmanuela Croce, Laury Anne Bellessa
CARE is one of the world’s leading humanitarian organisations. It fights extreme poverty and addresses the rights of all vulnerable groups regardless of race, creed or nationality. Women and girls are at the heart of both its emergency response and long-term development programs.
Sophie Gergaud – De la plume à l’écran
De la plume à l’écran is an association that promotes Indigenous cinema, it also imagines, develops, produces and hosts events fighting stereotypes regarding Indigenous peoples.
Elle’s IMAGINE’nt is an organisation dedicated to fighting domestic violence against women.
Louise Delavier – En Avant Toutes
En avant toute(s) campaigns for gender equality. It works to prevent and combat domestic violence as well as inequalities within the couple or the family. It offers help, support and counselling in order to sensitise young people to gender-based violence.
Isabelle Gillette-Faye – GAMS National Federation
The GAMS National Federation is committed to combating all forms of violence against women and girls. It is taking action against female genital mutilation, child marriage, forced marriage and any other harmful traditional practices affecting the health of women and girls.
FDFA Femmes pour le dire, Femmes pour agir
This association primarily brings together women with disabilities, regardless of their singularity. Its aim is to address the double discrimination linked to being both a woman and a disabled person.
JALMALV provides assistance, attention and care to end-of-life patients, as well as their families.
Les Dégommeuses is a soccer team mainly composed of lesbians and trans people whose objective is to fight against discrimination in sports, through sport.
Mouvement du Nid
Mouvement du Nid is an association of popular education that focuses on the causes and consequences of prostitution. Established throughout France, the Mouvement du Nid is both a grassroots association and a social movement. It has been approved as a training organisation by the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
Julien Beauhaire, Yvan Savy, Juliette Benet – Plan International France
As an NGO, Plan International has been working for 80 years in 56 developing countries for a more just and equitable world, through the promotion of children’s rights and gender equality.
Ghada Hatem – Women’s House of St Denis
The Women’s House of St Denis welcomes all women who have been victims of violence or find themselves in a situation of vulnerability. Depending on their needs, this organisation offers the most appropriate and up-to-date care, from contraceptive methods to the request of an abortion or the treatment of female genital mutilation. It also provides care for rape victims and women victims of physical or psychological domestic violence.
Singa is an international network that aims to create a link between refugees and host society. Its ambition is to build a society rich in its diversity, where everyone, whatever their origin, can live up to their true potential.
Thierry Schaffauser – STRASS – Syndicat du travail sexuel
Self-managed union defending the rights of sex workers since 2009, which includes mainly prostitutes but also pornographic performers and phone sex operators.
Voix de Femmes
The general objective of the Voix de Femmes association is to fight against forced marriage, so-called honour killings and any other violence related to the control of partner choice and sexuality. It carries out prevention actions for a variety of actors: professionals, schools, families, etc.
Sandrine Valenduc – Centre Social de l’Alma
The Alma Social Centre supports a social development project for all the inhabitants of the Alma-Fosses aux Chênes district. It upholds values of human dignity, solidarity, democracy, participation, equality and secularism.
Aurélie Petit – Centre social de l’Hommelet
The L’Hommelet Social Centre fights against exclusion and supports the population in their educational, civic and personal development.
Ghislaine Parent – Centre Social Fresnoy-Mackellerie
A community centre for families and children in the Fresnoy-Mackellerie district.
Fatiha Dahmina – Centre Social du Pile
The Pile Social Centre offers day-care services, homework assistance and computer training.
Franck Larère, Audrey Geeraert – Le Non-Lieu
An artistic centre that promotes community cohesion through the organisation of cultural events.
Fehmi Yavuz – Association d’Education et de Prévention
This organisation is specialised in dropout prevention as well as addiction rehabilitation. It provides support to disenfranchised and marginalised youth, to help them build back their self-esteem and regain power over their lives.
Stéphane Ekker – Essor Espoir
Through ironing, sewing and cleaning work, Essor Espoir encourages social inclusion for people in need.
Chœur de femmes
To promote community cohesion and bring together women from Roubaix and elsewhere who share the same values of solidarity and citizenship in order to better live together.
Martine Sehailia – Association La Rose
This association works to promote breast cancer awareness through prevention campaigns and punctual events, in Roubaix and its surroundings.
Nawal Badaoui – La Solidarité de Roubaix
La Solidarité is a safe space of solidarity and popular education, fostering mutual aid through charity sales and the collective sharing of knowledge and means.
Georges Dubois, Paul Podgorski – Les Amis de la Lainière
Association of preservation of the memory and spirit of the Lainière de Roubaix, the famous wool mill and the legacy of the textile industry in the region.
RoseUp Association – Rose Magazine
The association campaigns for cancer awareness and defends the rights of women affected by cancer during and after the disease.