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  • Sexual harassment is a 'mass phenomenon' in France
  • Sexual harassment is a 'mass phenomenon' in France
    Leo Hidalgo (2015) ©
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Sexual harassment is a 'mass phenomenon' in France

Sexual harassment and violence against women may be highly debated topics in France, but President François Hollande has admitted that more needs to be done to ensure women can feel safe. In directly addressing the issue, he's hoping to make this abuse less of a hidden societal problem.

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