The exhibition speaks above all to the inhabitants of the working-class areas of Aubervilliers and the Paris region, that is to say those who are most intimately connected and concerned with this history. The residents of the Émile-Dubois Cité (housing estate) and more largely of Aubervilliers, alongside the neighbouring Pantin district, have been associated with the conception of the exhibition through a series of organised workshops.
Counting a large number of teachers among its members, AMuLoP reaches out to students of every age, from primary school to university. Workshops and academic tools will be proposed to teachers in order to prepare visits to the exhibition and support their inclusion in the national syllabus. Finally, with a truly unique and socially-focused offering, the project will attract regional, national and international tourists.