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Le 14.09.21
What is the place of the victim in the judicial system ? Meeting with Ms Anne Lassalle

Lawyer at the Seine-Saint-Denis Bar, Ms Anne Lassalle stood out in 2020 while shaking the world of culture and performing arts, as a lawyer for civil parties, she obtained the conviction of Guillaume Dujardin, theater teacher convicted of aggravated sexual assault.

Human and passionate, she gave us the honor to question the place of victims in the French legal system and more generally the place of children in our society.

 

Read our new Changemakers Times interview

Le 01.09.21
[BONI.D] Les Franjyne, a style lesson to fight alopecia

While diagnosed with a breast cancer at 27, Julie Meunier loses her hair and starts to wear turbans. Once cured, she thinks about a system that will allow a bang and a turban to be held on her head and creates her own company.

 

Les Franjynes offers an alternative to wigs thanks to a bang collection, entirely adaptable to alopecia, which evolve through hair growing, and that can be customized with a turban, a beanie, or a headscarf. Sold in 200 shops throughout France, the turbans, refundable by French social security system, are contributing to the well-being of women going through alopecia because of a disease.

 

A cheerful invention!

 

Discover Les Franjynes

Le 16.08.21
Entrepreneurs and Directors gathered at the Universités d’Été de l’économie de demain

D-10 ! The Universités d’Eté de l’économie de demain will take place in exactly 10 days. For the third consecutive year, the Mouvement Impact France and the coalition #Noussommesdemain gather entrepreneurs and managers to exchange on economy of tomorrow stakes and build it together.

 

Among personalities who will take part in the event: Barbara Pompili (Minister for the Ecological Transition), Olivia Grégoire (Minister of State for the Social, Inclusive and Responsible Economy), Arnaud Leroy (Chairman of ADEME), Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux (Chairman of MEDEF), big corporations CEOs (MAIF, Doctolib, Aigle, Bonduelle), foundations, NGOs and organizations.

 

With almost 150 speakers, the two days will deal with different topics like climate, transparency, employment, equality, local development and more, through several debates, round-table discussions and workshops. It is also a good place for entrepreneurs to meet influential funders in order to develop their project.

 

Read the dispatch on Relaxnews