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15/12/2020
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The forgotten women of the marine industry
Sadak Souici / Le Pictorium
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Étel. Yannick Perron is the director of the maritime high school in Étel, a town 30 km south of Lorient. Nothing predestined this former headmistress of a high school specialising in fashion to come here, in Brittany, to take care of courses linked to the marine industry. She wanted to be closer to the ocean and, in any case, "it's the same job: to train young people". On the subject of parity: "We have between 10 and 15% of young girls per year. Unfortunately, it is difficult to go beyond that", she regrets, on the terrace of her establishment (there are twelve like this one in France) which trains sailors, oyster farmers and mussel farmers. "But we always try to show that everyone has a place in the maritime sector: women, but also people who are far from the sea. 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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