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POUR UNE PLANETE SANS FRONTIERES

Pour une Planète sans Frontières, PUPSF, is an association representing international solidarity, under the law of 1901, created in October  2009 in order to meet challenges, such as explaining the law and making it known to any foreign person, regardless of their origin or level of resources, how they can defend their rights on French territory.


With this in mind, the PUPSF team has developed a specific approach to these issues, providing legal experts and interpreters who clarify the law to their clients. Understanding and being understood are at the heart of PUPSF's focus on distributing legal information in many languages.

In recent years, PUPSF has provided a platform of legal, geopolitical, and linguistic assistance services, as well as created innovative tools like a mobile application which offers information on labour law and social security law in a dozen languages.


PUPSF has also developed projects which meet the expectations and aid schools welcoming children who speak a foreign language, as well as any facilities welcoming migrants.


PUPSF participates each year at the European level in the Consultative Forum for the EASO (European Asylum Support Office), an agency of the European Union.


  

  

As an association on a human scale, PUPSF is able to delegate missions to its partners situated all throughout France, with more than 70 interpreters and legal research volunteers.


PUPSF headquarters are located in Paris. PUPSF also holds four local branches in Caen, Clermont-Ferrand, Grenoble and Strasbourg.

 

"School Interpreter" Project : to know more, click here

"Migrants Service Interpreter" Project :

to know more, click here

"Geopolitical" Project :

to know more, click here

"Your multi-lingual legal assistant": to know more, click here

"PUPSF JUS" : Our multi-lingual application, providing services in labour law and social security law : to know more, click here


  

  

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