Six months after the signing of the #JamaisSansElles charter by Bruno Le Maire, the Secretary General of the Ministry of the Economy, Finance and Recovery welcomed the association #JamaisSansElles. Virtually all of the ministry’s directorates and departments have, in turn, signed the JSE charter, and initiated actions in favor of gender diversity and the professional visibility of women.
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 the occasion of International Women’s Day, Bruno Le Maire (French Minister of the Economy, Finance and Recovery), Tatiana F. Salomon and Xavier Alberti (co-Presidents of the association #JamaisSansElles) signed the #JamaisSansElles charter and a Convention Partnership.
On 8 December 2020 Jean-Michel Blanquer (Minister of National Education,Youth and Sports) signed with Tatiana F. Salomon and Xavier Alberti (co-Presidents of #JamaisSansElles) the convention/charter of #JamaisSansElles and the Ministry of National Education.
Speech of Michael Roth, German Minister of State for Europe: “#JamaisSansElles is not against men, it’s for men and women. It’s not about exclusion, it’s about inclusion. Let’s make #Europe & politics more colourful, more diverse & more feminin. Thanks to #JamaisSansElles for organising a great conference in Paris.”
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.
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.
On the occasion the Internet Governance Forum, hosted annually by the United Nations General Secretariat, #JamaisSansElles has co-organized a workshop dedicated to gender diversity, democratic participation and inclusion in the cyberspace.
The final declaration of the #G20Summit held in Buenos Aires, which is based on a consensus, has followed many of the W20’s recommendations and includes an article dedicated to gender equality.