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How Covid has changed the workplace and what it means for women

By France24
17 September 2022   |   9:48 am
As we emerge from the pandemic, the workplace has irrevocably changed. But what does it mean for women? Annette Young talks to Sue Duke, the head of global public policy and economic graphs at LinkedIn. Also Belgium becomes the first country in Europe to decriminalise sex work with the aim of reducing exploitation and violence.

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