“We support those who help the most vulnerable”: the Nîmes bar signs a partnership with four associations

“We support those who help the most vulnerable”: the Nîmes bar signs a partnership with four associations
“We support those who help the most vulnerable”: the Nîmes bar signs a partnership with four associations

Partnership agreements have been signed with Aspie Family, Via Femina Fama, the CIDFF and Alphé to give them the easiest possible access to assistance and advice from a specialist lawyer.

“The Nîmes bar is committed!” At the time of signing these partnership agreements with three associations, Tuesday morning, at the Maison des avocats, Khadija Aoudia, president of the bar association, recalled the mission of the profession: “Lawyers fight for rights and freedoms. On a daily basis, the most deprived need even more support. This is the meaning of our commitment to these associations that do exceptional voluntary work.”

The aim of these agreements is to give each of the partner associations the opportunity to have access to lawyers from the bar whenever they need it, and to facilitate connections with lawyers specializing in family, women’s and children’s law. Because they all work to support people with disabilities, women who are victims of violence and children, “they are the most fragile”, insists the sticklast but “the word is freed”.

Four associations committed to helping the most vulnerable

Founded ten years ago by Gabriella Cairo, Alphé thus fights against school bullying. Aspie Family, created two years ago to help families who have an autistic child, is already overwhelmed by its success. “We will soon create an autism house,” announces Marc Rugirello, its president.

Since 2012, Via Femina Fama “supports women victims of violence with a legal process, reconstruction workshops, and listening”, sums up in two words its president Danièle Gourves. Finally, Béatrice Bertand, the director of the Information Center on the Rights of Women and Families (CIDFF), which has been fighting against sexual and gender-based violence for 40 years, is delighted “to be a pioneer in the Gard. Since 2009, we are the only CIDFF to have an agreement with the Nîmes bar.”

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