The #JamaisSansElles movement believes we are first and foremost – before being considered a woman or a man – free human beings equal in dignity and rights. Women are not asking for gifts or favors. They want simple recognition for their full and complete legitimacy. They represent half of humanity. No more, no less.
Ministry of the Interior joins forces with #JamaisSansElles and signed the #JamaisSansElles Charter and Partnership Convention. The charter signed by Marlène Schiappa, Minister Delegate to the Minister of the Interior in charge of Citizenship, Tatiana F-Salomon and Xavier Alberti, co-presidents of the #JamaisSansElles association, applies to ministers and the administration.
On 17 June 2019 the symposium “For Shared Governance” will take place in the National Assembly forum in Paris: In order to take stock of the commitment made and to think together (men and women, civil society, the world of work, public authorities) about the prospects for joint action based on trust and individual responsibility; and on the benefits of governance that is truly shared, for a peaceful, open and inclusive society.
With its disruptive concept and unique approach, the #JamaisSansElles movement for the promotion of gender equality is now unavoidable. Indeed, 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 figures and highlights in its development.
The delegates of Women 20 gathered in Paris at the invitation of the French delegation #JamaisSansElles. Jean-Michel Blanquer and Henri Verdier participated in an open discussion with the delegates and the Japanese delegation.
Two questions to Jean-Michel Blanquer, France’s Minister of National Education : Why do you support #JamaisSansElles (“Never Without Her”, plural)? Is feminism humanism?
What is the link between Angela Merkel, a conference at the Élysée Palace and a club for digital entrepreneurs? #JamaisSansElles! The debate sparked by a picture of a panel composed exclusively of men at the Franco-German Digital Conference in October 2015 led to the creation of the #JamaisSansElles movement.