‘Gender equality is a cultural combat,’ says French minister
By France 24
08 March 2018 | 2:10 pm
To mark International Women's Day, France's Minister for Gender Equality, Marlène Schiappa, sat down with FRANCE 24's Annette Young to take stock of women’s rights in France.
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