The Orange Book Prize in Africa is back for a second year!
In 2020, we bring you the second Orange Book Prize, first launched in Africa in 2019.Books entering the 2020 competition can be submitted from now until the end of November. The event, held with the support of the Institut Français, ...
Access to employment in French Guiana
In French Guiana, we supported 20 women at our Digital Centre with the association, Les PEP Guyane. We have supported the women since 2018. 🧐 The aim is to encourage social and professional integration for young women in difficulty ...
Digital Schools: 200,000 students can learn!
Not all students have the same opportunities. Some do not have access to books or certain materials, whilst others have all the educational content needed for their education. Offering digital access to education is the objective of ...
What do you know about prehistory?
Sign up for our free online course to learn about the hunter-gatherer era! Learn about prehistoric times through archaeological sites and objects and discover the lifestyle of these prehistoric people - far from the clichés we all ...
A Solidarity FabLab in Le Puy en Velay!
In the Haute-Loire region, we support the Solidarity FabLab at the 2nd Chance School in Le Puy en Velay, which teaches students about 3D printing. The training manager encourages students to build small objects. “It's different from ...
A Solidarity FabLab opening in Montreuil!
La Verrière Solidarity FabLab in Montreuil is a place for exchanging and digital creation open to all. Young people learn how to use digital manufacturing tools, allowing them to design objects for people with disabilities.
Inauguration of a Solidarity FabLab for and by young disabled people
A unique Solidarity FabLab is being opened at the Institution JB Thierry in a former chapel. At the “Mac Gyver” FabLab, young people with autism can learn to make spare parts for wheelchairs used by children with various ...
Meeting with the Digital Centre at Cité Vélane in Toulouse
We met with the women volunteers and team from the Digital Centre at Cité Vélane in Toulouse with Christine Albanel. The team explained, “They feel free, independent, and integrated [...] They help one another, and it forges bonds!”
Digital workshops for female prisoners in Mulhouse
We support the Digit'elles project by Face Alsace in Mulhouse, providing female prisoners with IT training. In September 2019, twenty-four women received training to break the digital divide and encourage rehabilitation.