Nearly one billion euros will be spent, in the 2020 budget, on integration through economic activity. Emmanuel Macron and the Minister of Labor, Muriel Pénicaud announced this Tuesday, during their visit to the site of insertion of Atelier Sans Frontières in Bonneuil-sur-Marne.

Followed closely by some elected officials and journalists, Emmanuel Macron and the Minister of Labor, Muriel Penicaud survey the premises of Atelier Sans Frontier in the industrial area of ​​the port of Bonneuil-sur-Marne. The President of the Republic salutes the workers in insertion indicated by an orange vest. The testimonials follow one after another of employees who, after accidents of life, have found confidence in them in the job-site. Others do not go four ways and expose their administrative difficulties as this woman aged 30 and coming from Congo who explains being without papers for a few months to each of his renewal of residence card.

After a long hour of wandering in the workshops, the president joins the warehouse where about 200 people wait, settled in a big debate. A dozen pre-selected participants take turns speaking. Insertion professionals, employees, and elected officials testify to their successes as well as the limitations they may have encountered. Emmanuel Macron scribbles notes, sends a few smiles and then speaks for half an hour. "We live in a world jostled by transitions. Unemployment is today and for too long a part of our daily life. This is not a fatality! At the heart of our project: to give everyone the chance to learn and reintegrate through employment ", he motivates, calling for the creation of a " true " service of integration and employment.

Objective: to increase from 140,000 to 240,000 beneficiaries

140,000 people are currently being followed in integration structures through economic activity. The government hopes that with the additional billion euros promised for 2020, this figure rises to 175,000 and 240,000 beneficiaries at the end of the five-year period.

Val-de-Marne has caught up

The Val-de-Marne, which was rather late compared to other departments of its stratum has since caught up. "We have launched calls for project sponsors and in 2 years we have gone from 30 to 45 integration structures. At present, nearly 2000 people benefit each year. This can take the form of an intermediary association, a workshop or integration project or an insertion company. They are aimed at people quite far from employment. They can relearn skills and knowledge that will allow them to reintegrate into the workplace after life sometimes difficult ", explains Didier Tillet, director of the departmental unit of Val-de-Marne Direccte (direction of competition, consumption, employment, work).

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