REMPART is a member of these networks
Ministry of culture
The French Ministry of Culture (General Department of Heritage) supports REMPART at national level, through a multi-year objective agreement. This allows REMPART to develop national programs and projects for its members and its audience (support to the network facilitation, promotion of volunteer work for heritage), trainings (courses for volunteer site managers, courses for volunteer heritage camps leaders, international courses for partners), international cooperation, and social inclusion schemes having heritage as support for action.
REMPART members act in close collaboration with the services of this Ministry locally : Departmental Units of Architecture and Heritage (UDAP), Regional Directorates of Cultural Affairs (DRAC), Regional Conservations of Historic Monuments (CRMH), Regional Services of Archeology (SRA). REMPART members focusing their action on listed buildings also receive subsidies from the relevant DRACs.
It also happens that decentralized services of the ministry directly support REMPART upon specific initiatives.
Ministry of Europe and foreign affairs
The Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs supports REMPART’s actions towards foreign audiences and partners, in several ways and goals: support for the strengthening of civil society worldwide, cultural influence of France, the French-speaking world. The REMPART action is also supported in what the organization shares its expertise in safeguarding the heritage, worldwide, and promotes the citizens commitment and mobility of young people in international solidarity projects.
Ministry of youth
The Ministry of National Education (Directorate of Youth, Popular and Community Education – DJEPVA) supports REMPART at the national level through a multi-year objective agreement. This allows REMPART to develop actions at a national scale. Through the FDVA (association / nonprofit sector development Fund), the ministry also supports the empowerment of volunteers carried out by REMPART.
REMPART is a national association approved “Youth and Community Education” by the Ministry of Youth.
REMPART members also work in close collaboration with the ministry’s services locally at regional or town scales : Regional Directorates for Youth, Sports and Social Cohesion (DRJSCS), Departmental Directorates for Social Cohesion (and) for the Protection of Populations (DDCS / DDCSPP) ). Most REMPART projects receive grants from the DRJSCS. The decentralized services of the ministry can also directly support REMPART on specific projects.