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Become a volunteer1

Get involved with PUPSF to defend the right to understand and be understood

You are concerned about the issue of migration in Europe, you wish to participate in our projects, you have a few hours free during the week or at the weekend. We offer you varied and punctual missions, according to your profile and your availability. You will work with our partners, located throughout France. Some missions can be done online from your home.


Varied mission depending on your profile and availability:

  • translation and interpreting assignments by telephone or in person in your region, geopolitical research, drafting of legal notes 

  • holding stands in forums, collecting donations in supermarkets, filming and editing videos

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Examples of missions for volunteers: 

  • translating mission over the phone in Georgian for an asylum seeker who is preparing her appeal before the National Court of Asylum

  • research in Comorian family law: polygamy and divorce

  • legal research to provide legal information to a Chinese national who wishes to contest the termination of his employment contract


Our volunteers speak up!


Micro-trainings are given to our volunteers to familiarize them with issues related to immigration: the role of the interpreter in a social environment, asylum law, the situation of unaccompanied minors, human trafficking, accommodation issues.


Throughout the year, we offer a social program for our volunteers, such as drinks, brunches, outings to our partners, for example on World Refugee Day, etc. We also give on request the volunteer passport which is a booklet of recognition of the volunteer experience and which makes it possible to attest the missions entrusted and the acquired competences

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Volunteers with the Vice Consul of El Salvador at the launch of our social law project

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Training organized by one of our partners on the psychological accompaniment of exiled persons and in which some of our volunteers participated

Join our team of volunteers!

Thank you!

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