Swiss women on why they plan to strike for equal pay and rights
Ahead of a strike planned for Friday by women in Switzerland, Reuters spoke to nine women about their concernsmore
Anne-Flore Marxer, 35, professional snowboarder: "I find it extremely important to go out in the streets on thmore
Adele Thorens, 48, Green Party politician: "There is a whole range of issues on which we still need to progresmore
Yana Valenca, 50, domestic violence victim and president of association 'Diana's Hope': "Victims of domestic vmore
Lynn Bertholet, 60, private bank manager: "We really need things to happen in favor of more equitable working more
Corinne Thalmann, 33, actress: "I think the strike is important because I think we should raise awareness thatmore
Vanessa Renfer, 40, farmer: "Much remains to be done in terms of social insurance, all the rights related to rmore
Emilienne Hutin Zumbach, 50, wine maker: "After 30 years in the business, I realize that this bottle of wine hmore
Celine Renaud, 44, CEO and co-founder of loudspeaker maker JMC Lutherie: "I won't strike. However, I will givemore
Viviane Boson, 57, sign language teacher: "I am going to participate in the strike with a big group of women dmore
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