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Unfairly, women often receive less support in scientific research. Gender inequality is evident in this educational field. Therefore, on December 22, 2015, the United Nations General Assembly decided to establish the International Day of Women and Girls in Science every February 11.
On this day, the aim is to ensure that all women who so wish can access the study of science and their full and equal participation. Equality between men and women is one of the engines of development and peace. In addition, there is a very palpable sensitivity in most of the inhabitants of the planet to support female students and listen to their ideas.
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Sing out loud your message of equality and support. Encourage female students to choose science. Give the example of Laura Bassi, the first woman to obtain a science chair at a college. It was in the 18th century when gender roles were even more emasculating than they are today. Point to Marie Curie... the first woman to win a Nobel Prize... And the first person to win a second Nobel!
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