A singer with committed lyrics, Philippe Decourroux is a whistleblower who has initiated various actions against human trafficking for sexual slavery. He is also known for his numerous charity concerts in prisons.
Alongside Denis Mukwege, 2018 Nobel Peace Prize winner, and with the support of his wife and team, he is committed to helping victims of sexual violence. He is the founder of the COLLECTIVE I RESPECT WOMEN, of which Denis Mukwege is Honorary President, and which aims to establish values of respect and honor for women.
From car mechanics to the pop rock scene, via jazz, the Conservatory and the Opera, Philippe Decourroux’s career is distinguished by its singularity. Author, composer, performer, he has sold nearly 400,000 albums on his own and has given more than 1300 concerts in 15 countries on 3 continents. The author of two best-selling books, THESE WORDS OF WHICH I WAS FEARFUL (2012) and THE APPRENTICE (2019), he is a speaker and preacher with a simple and appreciated message.
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BOOK BY PHILIPPE DECOURROUX.
To date, the book has not been translated into English. It is only available in French (also in an audio version) for a donation of any amount.
Preface by Dr. Denis Mukwege,
NOBEL PEACE PRIZE 2018