Speaking out on integration policies
with CRPA BFC

Speaking out on integration policies

with 
CRPA BFC

Last update19 oct. 2021

What is it?

The Regional Council of Welcomed and Accompanied People (CRPA), is a place of citizen expression for people who live or have lived in precarious conditions.

Who is it for?

Action zone

Departments

Target audience
For all
French level
All levels
How much does it cost?
Free
Action zone

Departments

Target audience
For all
French level
All levels
How much does it cost?
Free

Why is it interesting?

Get involved and speak out

The Regional Council of Welcomed and Supported Persons (CRPA) is a space for citizen debate and conviviality.

Meet people

You can meet the people accompanied in the area.

Improve reception policies for refugees in France

The Regional Council of Welcomed and Supported People (CRPA) represents people in precarious situations within the bodies of consultation, decision-making and evaluation of public policies.
It is a place where proposals are co-constructed to improve policies to combat precariousness.

Plenary meetings on subjects that concern people in precarious situations are held several times a year.

How do I get involved?

Participate in a meeting

4 meetings are held every year.

To register:

  • Contact us by phone at 07 76 09 23 12
  • Send anmail: crpa.bfc@gmail.com
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Fédération des acteurs de la solidarité Bourgogne-Franche-Comté