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Pour Une Sans Frontières, PUPSF, an organisation based on the international solidarity law  of 1901, was created in October 2009 in order to meet certain challenges, such as stating the law and being understood in such a way as to allow any foreign person, whatever their origin or level of resources, to defend their rights on French territory.


Based on this goal, the PUPSF team has developed a specific approach to these issues, providing lawyers/interpreters, who will speak the law in order to be understood by their interlocutors. Understanding and being understood are at the heart of the concerns of legal information offered in several languages.

Over the past few years, PUPSF has set up a platform of legal, geopolitical and linguistic assistance services.

PUPSF participates each year at the European level in the Consultative Forum of the EASO (European Asylum Support Office), an agency of the European Union.

As a human scale organisation, PUPSF is able to work with its partners located throughout France, more than a hundred volunteer interpreters and legal researchers.


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



to defend the right to understand and to be understood


Project "An interpreter for all"