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With Sissoko Anzoumane (Coalition International des Sans Papiers et Migrants), Solène Brun (Institut Convergences Migrations), and Fadil Njoya. Moderated by Fred Salin (IFS/NYU and IRIS/EHESS).
Sissoko Anzoumane is the spokesperson for the CISPM (International Coalition of Undocumented People and Migrants) and a member of the Marche des Solidarités, a campaign fighting for the rights and regularization of the sans papiers, the undocumented immigrants in France.
Solène Brun is a postdoctoral fellow at the Institut Convergences Migrations, and the scientific coordinator of the department INTEGER/Intégration-discrimination.
Fadil Njoya is twenty year old and comes from Cameroun. He recently fought to be freed from a CRA (Centre de Rétention Administrative, France’s administrative detention centers) where he spent three months during the pandemic.
Fred Salin (French Studies, NYU and IRIS, EHESS) is a sociologist. He focuses on the work and employment of exiles in New York and Paris.
This event is organized by the NYU Institute of French Studies.
Photo © E. Besatti, 2020.