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Pour une Planète sans Frontières (PUPSF), an international solidarity association under the law of 1901, was created in October 2009 in order to meet certain challenges, such as being understood in a way that allows any foreign person, regardless of their origin or level of resources, to defend their rights on French territory.


With this in mind, the PUPSF team has developed a specific approach to these challenges, providing lawyers/translators who speak the language of the law in order to be understood by their interlocutors. Understanding and being understood are at the heart of the concerns of the legal information offered in several languages.


As a human-sized association, PUPSF is able to call upon over one hundred volunteer translators and legal researchers for its partners located throughout France.


The head office of PUPSF is in Paris. PUPSF has 12 local offices: Chambéry, Clermont Ferrand, Grenoble, Lyon, Metz, Poitiers, Quimper, Rennes, Rouen, Saint-Brieuc, Toulouse and Tours.

to defend the right to understand and be understood 


Project "An Interpreter for All"


Project "An Interpreter at School"

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Project "A legal interpreter for victims"

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Project "A Legal and Linguist for All"

Projet Geopolitik

Geopolitical Project

France 2 Télématin, Une idée à la minute, presentation of the PUPSF association


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Gil ALMA ambassadeur Pour une Planète sans Frontières

Gil ALMA ambassadeur Pour une Planète sans Frontières

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Gil Alma, know for his role in "Nos Chers Voisins", a popular hit on TF1. For more than 10 years, Gil Alma has been playing roles in movies, on TV, and on stage, notably in his One-Man shows.


Gil Alma has the leading role in the France 2 police series "César Wagner" where he plays a hypochondriac cop.


Gil currently finished filming alongside Franck Dubosc and Alexandra Lamy in " Le Sens de la famille " and in " Do you do you St-Tropez " alongside Depardieu, Clavier, Poelvoorde... 2 big comedies that were released in 2020.

Louis Philippe DALEMBERT

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Louis Philippe Dalembert is a writer, born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He is a graduate of the École Normale Supérieure in Port-au-Prince, a graduate of the Ecole Supérieure de Journalisme in Paris, and the author of a doctoral thesis in comparative literature at the University of Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle.

A former resident of the Villa Medici in Rome, Louis Philippe Dalembert is multilingual and now lives between Paris and his native country. He has also lived in Jerusalem, Berlin, Bern, Milwaukee (United States) and in sub-Saharan Africa.

He writes short stories, poetry, essays and novels. Louis-Philippe Dalembert's work is strongly influenced by the themes of childhood and wandering.

His penultimate novel, Avant que les ombres s'effacent (Prix Orange 2017, finalist for the Grand Prix du roman de l'Académie française and the Prix Médicis), is inspired by a little-known historical fact: the passing, in 1939, of a decree authorizing the Haitian state to issue passports and safe-conducts to Jews who requested them. With humor, he tells the story of Dr. Ruben Schwarzberg's wanderings from Berlin to Cuba, via Paris, until his arrival in Haiti.

Mur Méditerranée, his ninth novel in French, was a finalist for the 2019 Landerneau Prize. This novel, which was in the first selection for the Goncourt, won the 2019 French Language Prize. It was also selected for the Goncourt des lycéens, the Jean-Giono and André Malraux prizes. With this latest work, Louis Philippe Dalembert looks at the migration crisis through three female figures: a Syrian, an Eritrean and a Nigerian.

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