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16/12/2020
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The forgotten women of the marine industry
Sadak Souici / Le Pictorium
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While there are few women at sea, they are much more visible on land, particularly in the fish processing sector. Historically, this can be explained by the place occupied by the "fisherman's wife", who is kept away from the boat and therefore often invisible in the management of the administration, processing and sale of the products. Katia Frangoudes, a researcher specialising in gender issues in this sector, regrets the lack of political interest in taking into account the lives of women in the fishing industry. In the port of Lorient, which generates 3,000 direct jobs, many women work in the factories. Unrecognised at sea, where they are still rare, and on land, where they are mainly involved in processing and selling fish, women are confronted with a division of labour that remains very gendered in this sector. But the new generation could bring a boost of equality. Inshore fisherwomen, spinners, students at the maritime high school, here is their daily life in Lorient.
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