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Use of Wordings which Consider Masculine and Feminine Forms

Decision of the ICOR Founding Conference, 6 October 2010

In the English and German translations of the motions, most of the words expressing persons such as general coordinator, representative etc. are used in the masculine form. With the aim of defending a demand and a general achievement of the struggles of working and labouring women, these words will be changed and the masculine and feminine forms will be used (e.g. his/her, der/die Vertreter/in etc.) This will be appropriately decided in the respective languages.

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