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October 2019: Scientific popularizer at Journée Parkinson Estrie et Québec-Coeur des Laurentides
September 2017 - Present: Member of the Institut Pour la Justice (IPJ)
Mission and objectives: The Institute for Justice (IPJ) is a French think tank and association under the French law of 1901 that advocates for reforms in the French justice system. Founded in 2007, the Institute has made a name for itself through the dissemination of petitions, including its "2012 Pact for Justice," which received attention in the fall of 2011. Since October 2013, the association has published the French Journal of Criminology and Criminal Law twice a year.
The statutory aim of the Institute for Justice is "to promote a justice system that is more protective of citizens and fairer to victims". According to its statutes, the purpose of the association is "to listen to, guide and support victims and their families, to promote a better organization of the judicial system and to defend the fundamental rights of the individual.
The association is presented by Le Figaro Magazine as a body that "wants to give a voice to the silent majority, to this France that demands a more efficient justice.