In this second publication, Sylvie Cromer (sociologist) and Adeline Raymond (social and occupational psychologist, University of Brest) focus on the issue of sexual and sexist violence at work while drawing the political lessons for public policy-making, namely in the current context where it became more urgent than ever to act in order to stop this reality.
This is the second publication of the series that the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and the Fondation Jean Jaurès are publishing to join forces on the fight for the elimination of sexist and sexual violence on the occasion of the international day for the elimination of violence against women.
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