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Pauline Schnegg

Pauline Schnegg is a graduate of Contemporary Literature and teaches in a secondary school in Montpellier. She is also a teacher trainer, training teachers of literature and providing feminist education at the CGT. As editor in chief of the CGT éducation publication "Perspectives, éducation, formation” [Prospects, education, training], she coordinates women’s interunion meetings (CGT-FSU-Solidaires), leads the FERC ( fédération de l'éducation de la recherche et de la culture CGT) women and gender diversity group and is a member of the confederal women and gender diversity group.

Written by Pauline Schnegg

  1. Equity and inclusion 4 June 2020

    “Enhancing the status of female dominated occupations”, by Pauline Schnegg.

    Pauline Schnegg

    The Greek god Kairos represents an opportunity to be seized in the guise of a young man who is naked, but sports a tuft of hair on his head. When he comes within our reach, one of three things can happen: we do not see him; we see him but...

    “Enhancing the status of female dominated occupations”, by Pauline Schnegg.