“Companies are the only places where the victims of domestic violence can speak freely” - Interview with Margaret Johnston-Clarke
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Margaret Johnston-Clarke, Head of Global Diversity and Inclusion at L’Oréal, discusses the Group’s commitment to tackling domestic violence, as a report is published on the impact of this scourge on people’s careers in Europe.

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