The High Commissioner Anne Eastwood received Tatiana F.-Salomon, President of the French association JamaisSansElles.
This article from the danish media “The Altivist” will study the gender equality movement, #JamaisSansElles – in English: ‘Never without her’. We are to investigate why it is important to promote gender equality through activism that lies beyond the traditional political repertoire for creating change.
A disruptive concept, a new mode of action, #JamaisSansElles, the movement for the promotion of gender equality, is now unavoidable. In a very short time the hashtag that symbolizes it has become the most shared on Twitter in its category. Here’s a look at some of the highlights since its inception.
What is the relationship between Angela Merkel, a conference at the Élysée Palace and a club for digital entrepreneurs? #JamaisSansElles! A Franco-German conference on digital affairs was held at the Elysée Palace on October 27, 2015.
In a matter of weeks #JamaisSansElles has grown in the South of France by way of its 1st hub in Montpellier. The next step is its creation in Silicon Valley.
In 2017 women still struggle too often to be recognized for their true worth. They even struggle to be heard, to be visible in the public space. Why ?
Gender equality. Entrepreneurs created a movement that wants to put the spotlight more on women.
Article published as part of the Linkedin Influencer program on 8 March 2016, International Women’s Day. The movement was launched one month earlier. Co-written by Natacha Quester-Semeon, entrepreneur and spokesperson for #JamaisSansElles and Gilles Babinet, entrepreneur (Captain Dash), Digital Champion representing France at the European Commission. The digital revolution offers an historic opportunity to reform …
They are players or bosses in the digital world who have come together so they never have to attend a symposium or meeting with only men: this ’Club des gentlemen’ (Gentlemen’s club) made an invitation, welcomed by contributing writer Tatiana F. Salomon, which she has passed on to us.