She (almost) eclipsed the political tenors of the Marseille and regional scene gathered for the occasion.

The singer Clara Luciani was Monday afternoon alongside Renaud Muselier, Benoît Payan, Michèle Rubirola, Laurent Carrier, (prefect of the Macron plan) or even François Crémieux (director of the Hospitals of Marseille AP-HM) for the launch of the house women from Marseilles.

This structure, dedicated to the reception and care of women victims of violence, has finally found a place to meet the challenges.

A town house, located a stone's throw from the Design Hospital, with an area of ​​400 m².

Before opening its doors at the end of 2023, this building must undergo heavy renovation work (estimated at one million euros), after being squatted.

The healthcare team, currently located in a basement of the AP-HM, will have a tailor-made structure and will see its workforce doubled.

This year it has already taken care of 225 women.

On three floors, this house will make it possible to deploy workshops in cooperation with Marseille associations.

Actions so that women victims of domestic violence can rebuild themselves.

The income from his new single donated

In 2021, 125 women died in France under the blows of their spouses and nearly 220,000 said they had suffered domestic violence.

The singer born in Martigues will donate the income generated by streaming listening to


, her new single.

“I had been wondering for many years how to do more than songs to act,” explained Clara Luciani.

“It made a lot of sense for me to combine both this cause that was so close to my heart and the city of Marseille, which is my city and will remain my city, even if I had to go into exile in Paris.


We followed him during this day in a video to discover here, with a small private concert given for the assistance.


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  • Clara Luciani

  • Violence against women

  • Domestic violence

  • Marseilles

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  • Feminism