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For the philosophy and ethics of personal accompaniment

The challenge of creating a manifesto, or mission statement, that sets out the action principles of relational activities, which we may largely call “personal accompaniment”, naturally assumes that we must at least define the coverage and the territory of said actions.

It is especially important that the concept may both lend itself to multiple approaches, and be widely used in everyday language.

We are referring to a broad approach, aimed at exchanges and collaboration with all persons who, whatever their status or background, support others, help them to advance, and become involved in undertakings that would be more difficult without this aid and guidance. Lire la suite