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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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Lorient fish auction. Nathalie, 54 years old, has been in the business for almost forty years. Without looking at the fish she is processing, the employee observes the details of the order. Behind her back, an electronic clock indicates the time: 7:45 am. "When I arrived in 1984, we worked almost sixty hours a week, and there were no machines. Today, the work is less hard," she says, indicating that her muscles and skeleton are suffering. 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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