From November 29, 2022
93 avenue Jean Jaurès, 38500 Voiron
from 09AM to 00PM
The photographer Bertrand Gaudillère and the journalist Catherine Monnet propose to discover the faces, the stories and the commitment of French people in solidarity, who have become actors in one of the most serious humanitarian and political crises of the beginning of the XNUMXst century.
Exhibition organized as part of the "Migrant'scène" festival organized by La Cimade Grenoble.
While European countries are proving unable to jointly respond to an unprecedented exodus of populations fleeing war or poverty, another form of solidarity is emerging in France. It goes beyond the usual framework of associations and self-help groups. It affects different age groups, different social categories or professions and all religions. Ignoring the prejudices and fears conveyed about foreigners, more and more anonymous people are reaching out to the thousands of refugees left to fend for themselves. This phenomenon took on a particular dimension in the north of Paris from the summer of 2015. Expelled from under the La Chapelle aerial metro bridge, then tossed from one makeshift camp to another, hundreds of migrants survive in the 18th and 19th arrondissements of the capital thanks to the help of ordinary citizens.
Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 14 p.m. to 18 p.m. Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Closed Saturday and Sunday.
Opening: November 30 at 19:30 p.m., followed by the show "Words from here from elsewhere" by the Cie amateur les Bretzels.