La Panaméenne

Paris, France
food2rue

Restaurant and grocery store in support of women experiencing economic exclusion

Food2rue aims to promote the economic rights of individuals currently excluded from the labour market by developing accessible and sustainable food innovations. Through the grocery store and restaurant La Panaméenne in Paris, Food2rue provides employment and entrepreneurial opportunities to women who are not currently included in the labour market.

Impact and innovation

Impact on urban food policy governance / Innovation from public authorities

  • Marielle Martinez

Resources

Master thesis - The diagnostic analysis and the workshop's results of La Panaméenne. (2019)
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This report is focused on the diagnostic and workshop steps of La Panaméenne UFIL. Its process included: 1) the assembling and research of different data on all the activities organized at La Panaméenne and 2) the qualitative assessment of the impact of this restaurant and grocery store on sustainability. This report was produced by Marielle Martinez, Master student of IPAD (Innovations and policies for sustainable food systems) at Institut des Régions Chaudes, under the supervision of Elodie Valette and Gauthier Hauchart.

Summary Master thesis - The impact assessment of La Panaméenne. (2019)
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Sustainable food and socio-professional integration: a winning combination? This is the summary of the internship report produced by Marielle Martinez, Master student of IPAD (Innovations and policies for sustainable food systems) at Institut des Régions Chaudes.

Other - The impact assessment of La Panaméenne at a glance. (2019)
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Sustainable food and socio-professional integration: a winning combination? This is the summary of the internship report produced by Marielle Martinez, Master student of IPAD (Innovations and policies for sustainable food systems) at Institut des Régions Chaudes.