Issue 450 | 06 March 2017

Written by The Parliament Magazine on 7 March 2017 in Magazines
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Věra Jourová interview, International Women's Day, Firearms Directive, Nigel Farage on Brexit talks,World Kidney Day, Public-Private Partnerships, Youth Unemployment,  5 questions with Miriam Dalli and more...

Empowerment For Everyone

Věra Jourová talks to Julie Levy-Abegnoli about making sure past progress is consolidated, fighting the gender pay gap and why encouraging women’s political participation would benefit everyone

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