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La Cravate Solidaire

La Cravate Solidaire is a volunteer-based network, established to discourage discrimination at the point of recruitment, and notably appearance-based discrimination which affects vulnerable individuals who will be entering or re-entering the job market.  La Cravate Solidaire collects clothing from private citizens and firms, and sets up workshops which involve one-to-one sessions with the beneficiaries, who are advised and outfitted with suitable clothing for the business world.
Under the aegis of La Cravate Solidaire, a network united by shared values and methods, seven hundred volunteers intervene both at Paris and in the French provinces.
Flichy Grangé Avocats will be assisting La Cravate Solidaire as it moves on to the next stage:  from having a merely local impact to intervening nation-wide, and organising the network in such a way as to support national expansion.
This partnership will be able to rely upon our firm’s labour-law expertise and knowledge of the business world.

The Bus de la Solidarité

The Bus de la Solidarité’s mission is to provide legal advice to individuals who may find themselves alone, and who would need advice to deal with everyday issues beyond their competence.

Four evenings a week, on board a special omnibus, Paris lawyers advise those in need free of charge.

Starting in January 2016, Flichy Grangé Avocats associates have been available twice a month for consultation, placing their labour-law skills at the service of the Bus de la Solidarité.


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