Case study 'Plein les yeux'

A summer camp and a cultural experience for young people under the care of the judicial youth protection service, during the Aurillac street theatre festival. This action is part of the framework agreement between CEMEA and the judicial youth protection service.

CEMEA, is a non-profit association involved in educational, social and cultural policies. It is a People’s Education movement created in 1937, active in all fields of education and social work: educational leisure, education for young children, school, integration of disabled people, cultural practices, social and professional insertion, environmental education, international relationships in education.

CEMEA is recognised as a public-interest organisation and is supported by several ministries and public administrations (Ministry of National Education, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Social Affairs, Ministry of Youth and Sports etc.), NGO federations and various organisations.

Related content