Bressols. Run to free the voice of children

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Written by Doug Hampton

They form a trio like no other, a team they have called Raid d’Ingres and which smells of unscrupulous audacity. In a sporting and solidarity challenge, three women represent the association Les Papillons, which fights against all forms of child abuse. Its mission: to free the voices of child victims of abuse, whatever they may be. His project: to bring smiles back to children who have lost it. How? Install Papillon mailboxes and create Papillon houses. The Papillons letterboxes allow children to free their speech from the mistreatment of which they are victims. They can, at their own pace, slip in a little word, a drawing, like a buoy thrown into the sea. The Papillon houses are a unique place of welcome and reconstruction. They offer medical help with psychologists and nurses, as well as legal advice and workshops allowing them to find peace in order to appease their inner child.

Installed as close as possible to children, primary schools, colleges, high schools, sports clubs, where, in complete discretion, the child can post a message to alert them to their situation. Regularly, a trained person comes to read the messages. Then the mail analysis center, made up of volunteers whose profession is subject to professional secrecy, initiates actions, reports, support. The only itinerant Raid Nature around the world, exclusively female and united, the teams, made up of two or three amazons, must carry out trail, orienteering, mountain biking, canoeing, run & bike, shooting events. at the bow. Recently, the team made up of Corine Fénié, Pascale Santos and Sylvie Espanol took part in the great foot race in Bressols. A symbolic presence that reinforces the motivation of the shock trio.

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