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2013-2014 Edition

 

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 BEST PHOTOGRAPH  logo lm2 pf

JURY AWARD 2014

Coexistence par Nora Hegedüs

PUBLIC AWARD 2014

Témoignage Trois Quarts du Monde par Marine Toux

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BEST ARTICLE  ESJ-Lille

JURY AWARD 2014

Sur les Pavés, pas d'âge par Rémi Banet

PUBLIC AWARD 2014

Prostitution en mode mineur par Anne Lec'Hvien et Julien Molla

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BEST PLEADING   logo conference pf

JURY & PUBLIC AWARD 2014

Christophe Bogliolo

« Un auteur d'infraction peut-il aussi être considéré comme une victime ? »

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BEST INDICTMENT  

JURY AWARD 2014

Vincent Tridon - « Peut-on rendre visibles les victimes invisibles ? »

PUBLIC AWARD 2014

Marine Delanoe - « Le crime est-il moins grave pour avoir été commis ailleurs ? »

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BEST SLAM

JURY AWARD 2014

Nawel :«Sourire perdu»

PUBLIC AWARD 2014

Fabio : «Sexe masculin»

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BEST WEB DOCUMENTARY  ESJ-Lille

JURY & PUBLIC AWARD 2014

Yannick Sanchez et Magali Judith

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« Sexual Exploitation of Adolescents and Children »

« what prospects for future generations, what choices of society ? »

art prixThe first edition of the Prizes Fondation Scelles was launched on November 21, 2012 in connection to the protests against violence towards women organized by le Barreau de Paris, privileged partner of Fondation Scelles on this project, and with the support of the la Mairie de Paris.
It is with the same partners that the 2013-2014 edition of the Fondation Scelles awards is launched with the support of the Barreau de Paris, HCEfh and ECPAT France.
The goals for this annual protest were established during the first one:
-alert the public about the realities of an unknown phenomenon of alarming proportions that plagues modern society.
-the participation of talented future professionals of various disciplines which are concerned either directly (legislative field) or indirectly (the media) with the issue of sexual exploitation.

Theme for 2013-2014

couv rm3 2013 minipfThe theme of the first edition of the Prizes was vulnerability, ground over which the activities of criminals and procurers prosper.
The new Global Report on sexual exploitation that Fondation Scelles published on December 2013, acknowledges the unprecedented growth of trafficking and youth sexual exploitation by organized crime networks.
Both grassroots organizations and the police note a terrible tendency of the rejuvenation of victims. The resort to children, even of a very young age, is no longer confined to just a few countries. Recent court cases serve as evidence: European countries, our country, participate in this movement.
It is why, for the 2014 edition of the Prizes Fondation Scelles, the candidates will work on the theme of child and youth sexual exploitation. It will makes us reflect on the future development of this plague committed to future generations and to the social choices with which it confronts us.

 

The Different awards

The Jury awards will be awarded after the public votes online, in particular partnered with the library network of the City of Paris.


It consists of a prize of 1.500€ ($2,055 USD) per category, presented to the winner by Fondation Scelles. The slam prize is given to the winner's academic institution and should help finance a cultural or educational project on sexual discrimination.

The Public awards will be awarded after the public votes online, in particular partnered with the library network of the City of Paris.
It consists of a prize of 500€ ($685 USD) per category, presented to the winners by the firm Charpenel Heritage Councils, who financially supports this operation.

the Best Oral Argument 2013-2014 AWARDS

the Best Photograph 2014 AWARDS

the Best Slam 2014 AWARDS

the Best Article 2014 AWARDS

the Best INDICTMENT 2014 AWARDS

THE BEST WEB DOCUMENTARY 2014 AWARDS

A Panel of Specialists and Former Winners

  • Dominique Attias, Head of Group Legal Counsel for Minors.
  • Clément Bachelard, E-artsup student, winner of the Video Jury and Public Prize Fondation Scelles 2013.
  • Sylvain Barbier Sainte-Marie, Judge of Juvenile Division at TGI Paris.
  • Michèle Barzach, President of UNICEF France or Nathalie Serruques- Head of Mission Enfance UNICEF France.
  • Gérard Bekerman, Director of Master 2 in Financial and Banking Techniques in Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris 2) and President of the association AFER.
  • Gérard Biard, Editor of Charlie Hebo and spokesman for Zero Macho.
  • Danièle Bousquet, President of the High Council for Equality between Women and Men.
  • Laëtitia Caffart, Student, winner of the Slam Jury and Public Prize Fondation Scelles 2013.
  • Yves Charpenel, First Advocate General at the Court of Cassation and President of Fondation Scelles.
  • Quentin Clément, E-artsup student, winner of the Video Jury and Public Prize and winner of the Photography Public Prize Fondation Scelles 2013.
  • Geneviève Colas, Catholic Relief Coordinator of the Collective "Together against Human Trafficking".
  • Laëtitia de Mas Latrie, "Prostitution" project manager for the association Aux Captifs, La Libération.
  • Denis Demonpion, Editing journalist and chief of social service at Nouvel Observateur.
  • Marie Derain, Advocate for Children.
  • Myriam El Khomri, Deputy Mayor of Paris in charge of prevention and safety.
  • Romain Fonsegrives, Journalist, winner of Article Jury and Public Prize Fondation Scelles 2013.
  • Philippe Galland, Executive Director ECPAT France.
  • Guy Geoffroy, UMP Deputy.
  • Tony Gimazane, E-artsup student, winner of the Video Jury and Public Prize and winner of the Photography Jury Prize Fondation Scelles 2013.
  • Chantal Jouanno, UDI Senator
  • Christian Kalck, Division Commissionary of the Repression Brigade of Procuring (la Brigade de Répression du Proxénétisme-BRP).
  • Alexis Kugel, Parisian gallery owner and philanthropist.
  • Fatima Lallem, Deputy Mayor of Paris in charge of equality
  • Jenna Le Bras, Journalist, winner of the Article Jury and Public Prize Fondation Scelles 2013.
  • Victor Miellin, Graphic designer, winner of the Video Jury and Public Prize Fondation Scelles 2013.
  • Elisabeth Moiron-Braud, Secretary General of the Interministerial Mission for the Protection of Female Victims of Violence and the Fight against Human Trafficking (Mission interministérielle pour la protection des femmes victimes de violences et la lutte contre la traite des êtres humains-MIPROF).
  • Laurence Neuer, Doctor of Law, journalist and columnist, Le Point.
  • Zoë Royaux, Lawyer, winner of the Oral Argument Jury and Public Prize Fondation Scelles 2013.
  • Gérard Sanz, Paris City Council photographers.
  • Pierre-Olivier Sur, Appointed President of the Bar of Paris from 2014 to 2016, lawyer.
  • Lilia Vergnes, Artistic Producer, director of publication, Executive Director Don Camilo.

 

 

Our partners

LOGO-Barreau-de-Paris Conférence des avocats du barreau de Paris Haut Conseil à l'Egalité entre les Femmes et les Hommes ECPAT FranceEcole Nationale Supérieure Louis Lumière ESJ-Lille MairiedeParis  Charpenel Patrimoine Conseils  

 

The jury awards are sponsored by La Fondation Scelles

The public awards are sponsored by Charpenel Patrimoine Conseils

 

 

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