Montreuil vise le public non francophone

Texier, Bruno
May 2013
Archimag;mai2013, Issue 264, p19
The article focuses on the public library in the city of Montreuil, France, and discusses its initiative to attract linguistic minorities by offering foreign language literature, reference books, and periodicals suited for the city's diverse population. It also discusses some of the services it offers to attract immigrants such as discovery visits, conversation groups geared toward employment, health, or cooking, and themed workshops for children and adults.


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