« There is no really bad stuff going on here. We went close to it, but with the work we did, things settled down ». In Bonsecours, a modest neighbourhood of Senlis, Benoît Milandou has been dedicating himself for years to appeasing tensions between residents, talking to young people and their elder, advocating the community’s case to the institutions. With no other baggage than his citizen’s conviction and the confidence he gathers from his career as a professional soccer player.
Valérie Kaufman speaks her mind. As she says of herself : « I dot the Is and cross the Ts. » In truth, she has no choice. Without this blend of energy and generosity, of strength and kindness, she would hardly be able to carry out the project for which she has fought for 15 years: making the district of Bon Secours a lively, active, sharing community.