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Tuesday February 11th, 2014

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“An example for women who set up businesses in inner-city areas”

Des Femmes en Fil is a Nantes-based not-for-profit organisation that runs a sewing workshop that offers training and work to women in difficulty, with no hope of professional integration and inclusion. On December 18, 2013, in the “Committed to the Inner City” competition organised by FACE (the “Act Against Exclusion” Foundation) and ANRU (the National […]

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