On X, the French Federation of Lose "celebrates France that loses". Raphaël Ruegger chose the successful France and created the French Federation of Stuff That Works. They do not list entrepreneurial success stories, not its credo, it is the local initiatives that make it possible to improve the daily lives of the inhabitants of a municipality or an agglomeration.

In short, things that work and often go unnoticed. However, if Apprentoit works in Lamontjoie, 600 inhabitants in Lot-et-Garonne, it can work in Cohons, also a town of 600 inhabitants in Haute-Marne. Conversely, the transport service set up in Lorraine can be duplicated in the South-West.

This Tuesday is the second evening of the French Federation of Walking Things at the Théâtre de la Madeleine in Paris. Raphaël Ruegger, 23, will take the stage accompanied by seven mayors from all over France who will present their "local initiatives little or not known, which have proven their worth and can be duplicated".

We'll let you watch his interview and discover three gems of the FFTM.

  • Mayor
  • Society
  • France
  • Lot-et-Garonne
  • New Aquitaine
  • Aquitaine
  • Grand Est
  • Paris
  • Ile