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