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As part of its active participation in the Women's Rights Committee, IMSEE has just published a Focus on the place of women in the world of business.At the end of 2018, women accounted for 27.9% of persons listed in the Trade and Industry Register (RCI) as engaged in a business activity, and 40.2% of Monaco's employ...Read more
After introducing a Bill that has just resulted in the adoption of the legislative text on extending the duration of maternity leave in the private sector, the Prince's Government, as it had indicated, has taken steps to enable female civil servants and Government Officials to benefit from this progress.Thus, in con...Read more
On Monday 1 July, world champion footballer Olivier Giroud visited the Monaco Cardiothoracic Centre in his capacity as Ambassador of the Monaco Humanitarian Collective (MCH).Following a presentation of the latest news from the MCH (412 children have been operated on since 2008) and its plans for the future, Olivier...Read more
The Department of Health Affairs Calls for Vigilance with Regard to the Tiger Mosquito, an Insect that Carries Several Communicable Diseases
The mosquito Aedes albopictus, commonly known as the tiger mosquito, arrived in Menton in 2004 and has since colonised the Alpes-Maritimes and the Principality of Monaco. This mosquito can be the vector of viral diseases such as Chikungunya, Dengue and Zika.How to recognise a tiger mosquitoThe tiger mosquito is less...Read more
As we approach a period of very hot weather, the Department of Health Affairs is keen to raise public awareness in the Principality about the associated health risks.These risks include heatstroke and dehydration, and can vary depending on your age and the activity or sport you engage in. When the mercury hits 30 de...Read more