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Military Women, Now What?

(B2) Women soldiers are now legally integrated into many Western armies with virtually no restrictions. France thus has one of the most feminised armies. Nevertheless, despite the significant progress made over the past fifteen years in this area by the French armed forces, efforts must still be made to strengthen parity, particularly in terms of professional equality. The Institute for Strategic Research of the Military School (IRSEM) is asking itself the question of how to offer the majority of them, and not just a few female symbols, effective equality in terms of professional career, during the symposium "Military women, and now?". This symposium will be organized in the amphitheater Des Vallières of the military school on March 8, for the international day of women's rights.

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For more information see here. Registration, before March 2, by email: inscription.irsem(a)defense.gouv.fr

Leonor Hubaut

© B2 - Bruxelles2 is a French online media that focuses on political Europe (powers, defence, foreign policy, internal security). It follows and analyzes developments in European policy, unvarnished and without concessions. Approved by the CPPAP. Member of SPIIL. Please quote "B2" or "Bruxelles2" in case of recovery Leonor Hubaut is a journalist. Graduated in international relations from the Free University of Brussels (specialization in globalization). She covers for B2 the work of the European Parliament, CSDP missions and African issues. Sahel specialist.

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