Policy to protect at risk groups

Inalco adopted its Policy to Protect At-Risk Groups at the Board of Directors meeting on May 15, 2020.
Inalco adopted its Policy to Protect At-Risk Groups at the Board of Directors meeting on May 15, 2020.

In addition to its administrative staff, Inalco welcomes students and teachers from all over the world. Some of them may be identified as being part of at-risk groups and must have access to special services that can prevent the identified risks that apply to them and receive appropriate support if necessary.  

This Policy to Protect At-Risk Groups must also provide a common frame of reference for all Inalco stakeholders in order to prevent any true risk or sense of discrimination against a particular individual. This document outlines the mechanisms and protocols tailored to specific situations and names one or more people in charge of the various actions to be implemented.

Two initiatives epitomize Inalco’s commitment to implementing this policy: the Hospitality, Mediations, Migrations (Hospitalité, Médiations, Migrations – H2M) interuniversity degree, and Inalc'ER, the only initiative of its kind in France, renamed “DU Passerelle” (transitional degree) in fall 2020.

For any request for information concerning the Policy to Protect At-Risk Groups, please contact the Development, Partnerships and Knowledge Transfer Office : 

Ms. Margaux Charles
Inalco Alumni network manager and assistant to the Inalco Foundation
margaux.charles@inalco.fr

Ms. Marianne Fauchereau
Director of Development, Partnerships and Knowledge Transfer Office
marianne.fauchereau@inalco.fr