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US Free periodic protection for female students at the start of the next school year, announces Frédérique Vidal

18:10  23 february  2021
18:10  23 february  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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From September 2021, periodic protection will be free for all female students , announced the Minister of Education superior, Frédérique Vidal, this Tuesday, a decision that is part of the fight against the precariousness of young people.

In the coming weeks, the university residences of the Crous and the university health services will be equipped with hygienic protection dispensers, announced Frédérique Vidal during a meeting in Poitiers with students. “We are aiming for 1,500 distributors and full free admission at the start of the school year,” she added.

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In mid-December, the Minister of Solidarity and Health, Olivier Véran, and the Minister Delegate for Gender Equality, Elisabeth Moreno, announced that five million euros would be allocated in 2021 to the fight against the menstrual precariousness , which affects nearly one in ten women in France, in particular the most precarious and young people .

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