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27/06/2014 | Paris

PSA Peugeot Citroën, represented by Philippe Dorge, Executive Vice President of Human Resources, signed today a partnership agreement with the French Ministry of Urban Affairs that embodies its pledge to support the “Entreprises et Quartiers” Charter, thereby reaffirming its commitment to fulfilling its social responsibility by offering job opportunities to the disadvantaged.

After signing the “Entreprises et Quartiers” Charter in December 2013, PSA Peugeot Citroën signed today a partnership agreement with the French Ministry of Urban Affairs translating its commitment to supporting the economic and social development of its host communities and equal opportunity for people from neighbourhoods designated as disadvantaged in France’s urban planning policy.

As part of this commitment, in 2014 and 2015, the Group's production plants and offices will step up their community outreach programmes to help young people with limited employment opportunities to get back into the workforce through back-to-work and work-study contracts.

As well, the PSA Peugeot Citroën corporate Foundation will continue to support the “PlaNet Adam” programme that assists micro-entrepreneurs in deprived neighbourhoods and the Entrepreneurial Bus run by the BGE-PaRIF association.

In September, the Foundation with also issue a call for proposals from access-to-mobility stakeholders, in liaison with “VINCI pour la cite” and “VINCI autoroutes” foundations involved in socially responsible mobility.

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