Under the authority of the Minister for the Economy and Finance, the DGE is tasked with developing the competitiveness and growth of enterprises in industries and services. This requires the development of new industries, including services for businesses and people, by supporting and promoting innovation, anticipation and accompanying economic changes in a perspective of sustainable growth and employment.
The Directorate for Tourism develops and implements general tourism policy. It monitors the evolution of tourism products and works out strategies in order to promote the tourism industry. The Directorate is responsible for implementing decisions made by governments, particularly in the field of employment and land-use planning, as well as their enforcement. It plays a key role in arbitrage, guidance and counselling for tourism professionals and local representatives.
The Directorate for Tourism analyses best practices internationally and consults economic players in order to provide first class proposals from Ministers in all areas related to competitiveness in business.
The Regional Tourism Committee (CRT) Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, whose head offices are situated at 8 rue Paul Montrochet – 69002, LYON is an association (under the French 1901 Associations Law), with the following mission:
As a public Institution, the National Agency for Holiday Vouchers (ANCV) has since its creation in 1982 a unique mission: to realize a holiday departure for the greatest number of people while contributing to the development of the tourist economy. To this end, it promotes and implements the Chèque-Vacances scheme.
In 2017, 10 million people benefited directly and indirectly from Chèque-Vacances, usable in 221 000 points of acceptance to pay for tourist services in the field of accommodation, transport, catering and leisure activities, sports and for an issue volume of € 1.63 billion.
The Agency also demonstrates its social and solidarity commitment by allocating the bulk of its surplus management to the funding of social action programs, intended to facilitate the departure on holiday of people in situations of domestic, medical or economic fragility as well as the renovation of some tourist accommodations.
Take of to grow
The French national association ‘Temps Jeunes’ was born from the meeting women and men
convinced of the social and educational interest of the "Colos". Together, they are enthusiastically committed to the future and the success of this innovative project!
Refusing any spiritual, political or religious dogmatism, but concerned about educational coherence, our teams implement educational values with the following objectives in their educational projects:
• To be listened to, recognized, respected and act with respect to others and their differences.
• Discover the pleasure of living together and being in solidarity.
• Grow by opening your life to imagination, creation and astonishment.
• Develop awareness of one's freedoms and build oneself benchmarks.
• Prepare for the rules of life in society: integrate boundaries, participate, choose and decide.
• Take responsibility.
• Be attentive to one's health and that of others.
• Act for the environment.
Recognized by hundreds of Business and City Committees in France:
• Every year, more than 20,000 children and teenagers are welcomed on holiday breaks,
leisure activities, discovery classes and groups.
There are more than 1000 animators and directors, trained at BAFA & BAFD with a network of trainers for which Temps Jeunes provides continuing education.
• Declared in the Prefecture for more than 30 years, governed by the 1901 law and approved by the state: Youth and Sports, National Education, and Tourism.
• Adhering to the UNAT (National Union of Tourism Associations).
• Certified Quality NF ISO 9001: international standard of quality approach, for the organization of our holiday holidays children and adolescents.
• More than 200,000 families have already trusted Temps Jeunes, they are our main form of"publicity".
A staff that has BAFA and BAFD training qualifications trained and reinforced by Temps Jeunes & the possibility of including children with disabilities.
The right price for the proposed stays.
Centers that are real vacation spots and quality food.
Regular and free information for families, 7 on 7.
A human-sized association approved by the Ministries of Youth and National Education.
Projects that meet the needs of children and adolescents.
The possibility of mounting tailor-made holidays with our partners.
Siblings together: Several sites offer you choices of colonies ranging from 4 to 17 years and gathered on the same place. At your request, priority will be given to brothers and sisters enrolling in different "colos" but on the same site and at the same dates.
The Union Nationale des Associations de Tourisme et de plein air (UNAT) is an association created in 1920 and recognized by public utility since 1929. As head of the Social and Solidarity Tourism Network, the UNAT brings together, represents and defends the main non-profit tourist actors, committed to holidays for all.
Holidays are a break with everyday life, a time of sharing and strengthening family ties or friendships, especially for youngsters, but it is also an opportunity to flourish and develop. The UNAT defends this social value of holidays accessible to all and promotes a tourism respectful for men and territories.
The democratization of tourism has been made possible thanks to the action of the Social and Solidarity Tourism operators who offer accommodation and stays (holiday camps, youth tourism, travel, holiday villages, etc.) that allow more than 4.2 million holidaymakers leave each year.
Groupement des Organismes Employeurs de l'Economie Sociale
The Group of Employers Organisations of the Social Economy (GOEES) is at the service of work councils, unions, health insurance funds, foundations, associations with employees and all companies or organisations that have a direct and indirect relationship with the social economy and solidarity. They also partner up with companies that wish to adopt an approach related to the values of the ESS.
As a union of employers of the social economy, the GOEES represents the structures that it composes within public authorities, national authorities and other actors of the social economy.
It is also a place of dialogue and exchange that offers concrete tools to help manage, develop and sustain the structures of the social economy. These tools are born of a common reflection of the GOEES members according to their expectations and needs. The GOEES constantly innovates in order to propose the most adapted solutions to the current problems that can meet the actors defending the values of the social and solidarity economy.
Betterfly Tourism design innovative online solutions to control and monitor the environmental and financial efficiency of tourism. Our softwares can optimize operational costs while reducing environmental impacts and food waste for professionals in tourism. Today, we help more than 450 tourist accommodations (Marriott, Barrière, Louvre Hôtel...), restaurants and territories with our 3 softwares.
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The actors of the Social and Solidarity Economy face many changes, generating complexity. They are facing new challenges and must, more than ever, reconcile social utility, performance and transparency. Composed of audit, legal, tax and consulting specialists, EY teams dedicated to non-profit organizations around the world come together to help make your projects a reality. They anticipate trends in the sector, identify their impacts and provide with a prospective vision.
VVF Villages: a committed player serving a dual purpose.
VVF Villages is an association and a long-time actor of social tourism, born from the meeting, 60 years ago, between the actors of ‘l’éducation et la Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations’, involved in the development of the territories. Thanks to the combination of a network of more than 80 holiday villages in France, VVF Villages offers quality holidays, both adult and family friendly.
VVF Villages makes the holidays accessible to the greatest number, thanks to a tariff policy that takes into account the level of income of the family but also through numerous partnerships and devices set up with social actors. This mission echoes the fundamental right to paid holidays acquired in 1936 and to the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
VVF Villages contributes to the planning and economic development of the territories: holiday villages located in very touristy sectors allow sites in rural and mid-mountain areas to also benefit from economic spin-offs on their territories. VVF Villages thus promotes a positive economic impact on all local authorities.
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The International Social Tourism Organisation (ISTO), initially created under the name International Bureau for Social Tourism (B.I.T.S.) in 1963, is an international non-profit making organization whose mission is to promote access to leisure, holidays and tourism for all i.e. young people, families, senior citizens and disabled people. It also wishes to promote sustainable and solidarity tourism to the benefit of the local population and with respect for natural and cultural heritage.