ANALYSIS – On this International Women’s Day, the government is presenting its new plan for equality between women and men.
This March 8, International Women’s Day, gave rise to a new confrontation between unions and the government. While the first called once again for mobilization to point “unfairness” the reform of pensions for women, the second presented its new plan for equality between women and men, in the Council of Ministers.
His goal: “Leading a real cultural change around this theme”said Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne. To achieve this, the document lists a hundred measures, ranging from health to violence against women, through culture and professional equality.
In the field of work, the government proposes to better support women entrepreneurs, in particular through a mentoring program or the publication of an annual barometer of female entrepreneurship. But the main fight of the executive remains that of wage inequalities.
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