In an era marked by a pandemic, the fabrication of precarity can and should provoke reflection.
Assure the dignity of vulnerable individuals by defending and guaranteeing their most essential fundamental rights: housing, nourishment, healthcare, and mobility.
Marie-Pierre MPIGA, référente précarité
Avocate au barreau d’Angers
The Precarity Commission aims to act in areas affecting populations in precarious situations. It encourages an approach of facilitating access to rights for the concerned individuals. This notably includes people without housing, those who receive home-based care, or people with disabilities.
This commission focuses on providing legal support to organisations whose aim is to alleviate situations of precarity and vulnerability as they infringe upon human dignity.
The commission particularly supports organisations engaged in actions against poor housing conditions (uninhabitable housing, enforceable right to housing), organisations involved in combating the precarity of disabled and elderly people (website accessibility for visually impaired and blind people, home care for disabled people, home support for dependent elderly people), and also organisations active in child welfare.
For these reasons...
En France 12 millions de Françaises et de Français, touchés par un handicap, sont confrontés à des problèmes d’accessibilité numérique dans tous les aspects de leur vie professionnelle ou personnelle.
For these reasons...
La réaffirmation du monopole de la collation des grades et diplômes au profit des universités de l’État.
« Intérêt à Agir » is a collective of legal professionals and civil society actors. Our mission is to accompany civil society through litigation processes to evolve the law in the service of the general interest and common goods.
Enforce international rules on social and environmental grounds against multinationals, regardless of the countries where their activities are carried out (duty of vigilance and arbitration).
Strengthen environmental protection through the application of current regulations and anticipation of future ones: evolve environmental law in favour of common goods and the general interest, notably through the prevention and repair of ecological harm.