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Les personnes exilées et les associations locales en temps de pandémie : d’une crise à l’autre

Abstract : The associative actions developed with exiled people are part of sustainable crises of hospitality and solidarity. The lockdown of the population established in March 2020 had an impact on the role of associative actors. How does the unconditional support for residential and food precarity, decided at the beginning of the health crisis of 2020, generate sustainable changes in local associative mobilisations with exiled people? Our inquiries with Rennes associations show that the centralised management of the crisis by the state, particularly in terms of temporary accommodation for precarious people, contrasts with the public and associative actions coordinated between the municipality and several local organisations in the field of food aid. Whether in terms of covering the food or accommodation needs of exiled people, the actions developed during the health crisis demonstrate exceptional unconditional support, generally claimed by the associations. The continuation of unconditional aid for food and accommodation beyond the health crisis therefore raises questions.
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Fransez Poisson, P. Loncle, Maryam Mahamat. Les personnes exilées et les associations locales en temps de pandémie : d’une crise à l’autre. Lien social et Politiques, 2022, 88, pp.152-171. ⟨10.7202/1090985ar⟩. ⟨hal-03827369⟩



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