MIL OSI Translation. Government of the Republic of France statements from English to French –
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An order published in the Official Journal of 8 December 2018 lists the priority neighborhoods of the city’s policy. These are more than 400 neighborhoods in 266 municipalities and 89 departments.
What is a priority neighborhood?
The priority neighborhood of the city’s policy (QPV or QPPV) is a system that targets places with major dysfunctions that justify a suitable city policy.
Their list and their contours are drawn up by the Commissariat général aux unegal des territoires. Since 2014, the only criterion required is the income of inhabitants in order to concentrate resources on the poorest territories.
Indeed, the city’s policy aims to reduce development gaps within neighborhoods, restore republican equality and improve the living conditions of the inhabitants. It mobilizes all common law policies and public services, and has specific means of intervention to respond to the cumulative difficulties faced by the inhabitants of these disadvantaged neighborhoods. His fields of intervention:
economic development ;
employment and professional integration;
urban renewal, transport and living environment;
crime prevention, justice and security;
digital solidarity …
To find out if you live in a QPV perimeter, you can consult the website of Geographic Information System of City Policy .
To know :
Certain devices or access to the subsidized contracts offer a special clause for the inhabitants of the QPV neighborhoods. For example, Pôle emploi is developing a personalization of services and greater proximity with jobseekers from these territories. Local missions inform, guide and accompany young people between the ages of 16 and 25 who have difficulty integrating socially and professionally.
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