"The French have an extremely high regard for education and intellect – elements of culture and society feel more human than in the US"
Business life for women in France changed this month as a new gender equality law is smashing the ‘glass ceiling’ and forcing large businesses to have at least 40% of women on the board.
THE latest issue of The Connexion has just rolled off the presses and has been landing in subscribers’ letterboxes over the past couple of days.
The January issue is jam-packed with news and features and, as always, answers to your practical living-in-France queries.
We pay the first visit to the new Lascaux 4 replica in Dordogne, explain the new EU citizenship plan, find people growing fresh strawberries in Paris in January, find that pension top-up costs have soared and find that France has an official happiness think-tank.
As always, France’s only national English-language newspaper is FULL of information, including:
In-depth looks at – the key changes that will affect you from this month (from beer, to dentures to tax), how a woman leading a €250million project has broken the ‘glass ceiling’, the people offering shelter to migrants in winter … plus a handy guide to finding everyday remedies in a pharmacie.
It is on sale in shops for €3.90, or can be purchased as an easy-to-read pdf digital edition by clicking here. You can have Connexion delivered to your door every month by subscribing here. Your subscription will begin with our February edition.
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