To deal with domestic violence, the Committee for the Promotion and Protection of Women’s Rights has produced an information campaign to remind people of the useful contacts in the event of of domestic violence.
Since 14 January 2020, Monegasque Administration staff have been trained in the initial reception of women victims of violence. To date, 160 people have been able to benefit from it
The first study on violence against women in Monaco was published by IMSEE in conjunction with the Committee for the Promotion and Protection of Women’s Rights in January 2020
The charter is aimed at stakeholders in the public and private sectors and seeks to change mind-sets and practices. It is made up of a series of commitments to be adopted in order to make progress towards gender equality at work.
Basic maternity leave has been extended from 16 to 18 weeks. The aim is to enable women to maintain a balance between their families and their careers.
To thank them for their commitment and support, the Government has decided to pay lump-sum grants to women’s rights organisations.
As part of its work on behalf of the Committee, Monaco Statistics (IMSEE) has launched a study on salaries. The aim of the study is to measure the gaps between salaries received by men and women who are employed in Monaco.
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