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Health crisis and social crisis, Orange Solidarity adapts its activities
Health crisis and social crisis, Orange Solidarity adapts its activities
Foundation
All the integration programmes supported by the Orange Foundation have been affected by Covid-19. Based on classroom training sessions, they were totally disrupted during the lockdown period. Since May and the necessary ...
Is this the end of office working?
Is this the end of office working?
Innovation , Culture , CSR

For some jobs, lockdown resulted in mass remote working, to the point some companies are considering adopting it permanently. Will the pandemic change where and how we work forever? What will the post-lockdown world of work look like?

Covid-19: Poland takes action
Covid-19: Poland takes action
Foundation
In all the African and European countries within our footprint, our aid has supported local emergency measures since March: In Poland these measures were deployed for the most fragile populations by NGOs and Orange volunteers, ...
 Has the crisis accelerated new payment practices?
Has the crisis accelerated new payment practices?
Financial services , Innovation

How did the Covid-19 health crisis in France impact payment methods and relationships with banks? How did consumer behaviour change before, during and after the lockdown? Here are the main takeaways from the Observatory of Banking ...

Saving lives - our aid arrives in 18 countries
Saving lives - our aid arrives in 18 countries
Foundation
Committed to the social and professional integration of young people and women through digital technology, we also develop health programmes where they are needed in Africa and the Middle East. From the start of the pandemic, we ...
Man on a tablet listening to music
COVID-19 Solidarity: 3 start-ups making culture more accessible online...
Big Data , CSR

From design to music or reading, for some people, the lockdown has been a chance to spend more time on hobbies or develop new interests. Three start-ups supported by Orange are enabling people to access culture more easily by adapting ...

Youssouf Amine Elalamy, winner of the 2nd Orange Book Award in Africa
Youssouf Amine Elalamy, winner of the 2nd Orange Book Award in Africa
Foundation
The Orange Book Award in Africa was awarded to Youssouf Amine Elalamy for his novel “C'est beau, la guerre” published by Editions Le Fennec in Morocco. He is the winner of the 2020 edition, chosen from among 38 books initially put ...
Cyberdefense: guardians of the network
Cyberdefense: guardians of the network
Group , Networks , Cybersecurity

Digital freedom – we experience it every day without really thinking too much about it. Yet behind our carefree habits lies a crucial question. It’s not whether you’ll be a victim of a cyberattack, but when. And especially who will be ...

Thank you to the Solidarity FabLabs in Africa & Europe!
Thank you to the Solidarity FabLabs in Africa & Europe!
Foundation
In early April, the FabLabs showed all their enthusiasm and solidarity by developing visors for healthcare workers. So we decided to financially support 52 of the Solidarity FabLabs in our international network, who were keen to ...
Can culture be confined online indefinitely?
Can culture be confined online indefinitely?
Innovation , Culture , CSR

For several months now, theatres and concert venues have had to shut their doors to Covid-19, resulting in severe economic consequences for the entire industry. But where one door closes, another opens, sparking a new (virtual) world ...

FabLabs show solidarity with Orange stores
FabLabs show solidarity with Orange stores
Foundation
Since last week, several Solidarity FabLabs from the Foundation have been producing protective visors for employees working in Orange stores. The aim is to allow Orange to reopen its stores in the best conditions possible for the ...
At sea, they watch over our internet connections
At sea, they watch over our internet connections
Networks , Activities and expertise

During the eight-week lockdown in France, the fundamental role of networks in our lives and our relationship with the world became glaringly obvious. Orange employees worked around the clock in the background to keep these lifelines ...