What book has changed in your life ? What reading material would you like to put in the hands of a stranger ?
Driver of knowledge, social connection and emancipation: the book possesses an incontestable symbolic power. All of us attach a personal, sometimes sentimental value to a book. This is why Radio France has decided to weave a thread between employees, visitors and spectators with Bibliotheques Sans Frontieres.
Tuesday, March 27 at 12pm, Radio France will inaugurate a box to collect books within the Agora of the Radio House, in partnership with Bibliotheques Sans Frontieres (BSF), in the presence of Jean-Luc Vergne, President and General Director of Radio France, Leila Slimani, winner of the 2016 Prix Goncourt and event sponsor, Olivier Bassuet, Vice President of Bibliotheques Sans Frontieres, Jeremy Lachal, General Director of BSF, Augustin Trapenard, BSF sponsor and Monique Denoix, delegated director of Communication of Radio France.
“Bibliotheques Sans Frontieres is delighted to welcome Augustin Trapenard, leading figure of Radio France as sponsor, who because of his curiosity and outlook on the world and culture, will be a remarkable support for BSF’s missions.” Patrick Weil, President of Bibliotheques Sans Frontieres.