In light of the progress made since 2011, as a state-approved foundation, or as a House, Josefa could wonder about its own migration, because Josefa’s mission is to rethink our migrations, with us, migrants, all of us…

Has the time not come to view migration, our migration, not with resistance, sometimes fierce, but with kindness, so as to break down our walls of communalism?

Josefa is, first and foremost, about an encounter, an encounter between an inspiration and individual harmonics. Thus, starting in September 2011, when a few people met at the request of Gilbert Granjon, a project grew and it became a charitable foundation in June 2012: the Josefa Foundation was born.

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