COFFEE TIME


The FFPE is launching a new publication: Coffee Time.
Did you recognize them? If so, tell us who they are. If not, try again!

A small hint : all of them are candidates for the Staff Committee elections!
And, above all, do not hesitate to send us your old photos!

 

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La FFPE vous présente sa nouvelle rubrique : Coffee Time.

Les avez-vous reconnus ? Si oui, dites-le nous. Sinon, essayez encore !

Une astuce : ils/elles sont tous/toutes candidat(e)s aux élections pour le nouveau comité du personnel !

Et surtout, n'hésitez pas à nous envoyer vos photos d'archive !

 

 


COFFEE TIME 6
This photo was taken somewhere in the 80s. Here he is a (bit) younger and his hair is (much) shorter...

COFFEE TIME 5

This photo was taken with the Croatian tennis team after their victory in the Davis Cup final in Lille on November 25 last year. The Croatian cultural association of Lille, of which our candidate is the president, had provided support to the Croatian Tennis Federation and they organised, in their premises, the celebration for the tennis players and the supporters. The Croatian president Kolinda GRABAR-KITAROVIĆ visited them twice on the weekend of the ...final and the photos were published by the media both in Croatia and France !!!!!!


COFFEE TIME 4

 

This photo was taken 50 years ago in 1969 .... He/she was throwing bread to feed the wild ducks somewhere in Northern Europe....

A hint: he/she has been several times member of the Staff Committe and certainly is one of the most well-known candidates on our list. His/her profile is on our website....


 

COFFE TIME 3

She has been working in the Council for more than 20 years: in LING, then in JAI, and now for the FFPE.

A hint: the reasons to publish this particular photo are explained in her motivation for the Staff Committee elections.

 

 


COFFEE TIME 2

Do you need help ? : He is Romanian, his first name is Daniel and he is one of our candidates for the Staff Committee elections.....


COFFEE TIME 1

 

For this first edition, we jump back to the 1970s to introduce one of our colleagues, though a few years younger maybe.