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They are launching a school to help those who are involved in the field to become our leaders of tomorrow: the Citizen College of France. A free school open to all ages.
The artist JR, Édouard Bergeon or even Tania de Montaigne… They have just launched a school that they called the Citizen College of France. The goal? Giving the keys to civil society actors, to actors who are involved in the field, in order to be able to take their commitment to another scale and take on responsibilities. “There, on the ground, there are a lot of energies, people who do things every day for the people who are around them. They have great ideas and we would love to support these people, give them even more resources.“, explains Tania de Montaigne, journalist and woman of letters.
With this Citizen College, the goal is therefore to make students understand how institutions work, public law or public finances so that they can have all the elements to act. “Me, I want to have leaders in politics who know what it is the medical environment, the environment of the suburbs, the peasant environment“, explains Julien Neutres, a senior official.
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