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Ahead of the second Recruit Monaco Forum to be held on Friday 16 February at the Grimaldi Forum, the Minister of Health and Social Affairs Christophe Robino recalled the commitment of the Prince’s Government to employment in the Principality.The number of (public and private sector) jobs in Monaco reached 63,000 in...Read more
5th plenary meeting of the Committee for the Promotion and Protection of Women’s Rights– Ongoing action
The Committee for the Promotion and Protection of Women’s Rights presented its fifth annual report on its activities in 2023 at its plenary meeting, which was chaired by Isabelle Berro-Amadeï, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, and attended by representatives from Monegasque institutions, the Department of...Read more
Human papillomaviruses (HPV) are highly contagious viruses that infect the skin and mucous membranes. Over the course of their lifetime, 90% of men and women will have at least one HPV-related infection. The danger of the virus is that it goes unnoticed but can cause oral and genital cancers.The World Health Organiz...Read more
As the holiday season nears, the Prince’s Government would like to reiterate the importance of staying alert to winter viruses.The holidays are a time of sharing and family gatherings, but also mark the return, every year, of respiratory illnesses like flu and colds, along with viruses that cause gastroenteritis. To...Read more
The Prince’s Government is delighted that the National Council voted in favour of the law on 7 December 2023, which enables victims of sexual offences, crimes against children, domestic violence and other offences to obtain compensation from the State if the perpetrator is insolvent.The elected representatives in at...Read more