Transparency and Funding
An auditor annually reviews the Primo Levi Centre accounts for the benefit of its financial contributors. The quality and rigour of the funds management have always been recognized very favorably.
The European and International funding
The EU remains one of the main donors of the association through the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration. International (United Nations Voluntary Fund for Victims of Torture) and European funding represent 21% of the Primo Levi Centre resources.
Donations and contributions
The Primo Levi Centre relies on support from its members and donors, as well as from ACAT and Amnesty International.
French public funds
State funding (19%):
Financing from local government (9%)
The Primo Levi centre is supported by the Ile-de-France Regional Council through the « Délégation à la Politique de la Ville et à l’Intégration” and the « Observatoire pour l’égalité femme/homme”. The Centre is also supported by the Paris Department through the « Direction des Affaires Sanitaires et Sociales ».
Financing from social agencies (12%)
Grants from « Agence régionale de Santé d’Ile-de-France », from « Caisse régionale d’assurance maladie d’Ile-de-France (CRAMIF) » and from « Caisse Primaire d’Assurance Maladie de Paris ».
Numerous foundations and organizations support the Primo Levi Centre, many of which for a long time, notably the « Fondation de France ».
The International Humanitarian Pharmacy (IHP) provides the centre with drugs free of charge.
Income from activities
Income from activities and services (registration fees for training, subscriptions, book sales, etc.) and miscellanous income.