Sciences Po Refugee Help awarded Best Association Project in France

On May 19 2017, Sciences Po Refugee Help was awarded the EY Prize for Best Association Project in France following a strong competition between several French schools. 

Sciences Po Refugee Help was created in September 2015 in the midst of increasing migration flows and poor standards of reception in Europe, to help refugees and asylum seekers in Paris. Today, the association brings together more than 200 volunteers working in 8 teams conducting 15 projects centered around 4 programs: humanitarian relief, procedural information, integration and awareness raising. The association also seeks to develop branches in the regional campuses. 

PSIA is well represented in the association: Yann Le Bec (President, Master in International Public Management), Imane Ayatillah (Vice-President, Master in International Public Management), Tina Bouffet (media and communication officer, Master in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action): they were the team presenting Sciences Po Refugee Help at EY. 

For more information, refer to SPRH website.

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