Survivors of violence, and those working to support survivors, want to see programs that focus on getting the first response right, every time.
While things are improving for the women’s game in terms of equality, a series of depressing instances of blatant misogyny show there is a long way to go.
Giving incel ideology too much time and energy ends up perpetuating it, instead of stopping it.
Whole-life sentences are rarely handed down in the UK. Recent instances of their use point to gendered violence finally being taken more seriously.
Labour’s deputy leader was forced to justify her own response to comments made about her.
With academic freedom comes moral responsibility. Men within New Zealand universities – and beyond – must challenge misogynistic abuse of their women colleagues and not stay silent.
Every five years, underlying ethnic rivalries are rekindled through songs, words, euphemisms, epithets and slurs.
Extreme abuse directed at Jacinda Ardern is part of a wider problem of sexism and misogyny in politics. Research suggests it may be on the increase.
It is important to help young people understand what misogyny is and how it can lead to violence.
Despite confessing to the murder of his sister, Qandeel Baloch in 2016, Waseem Khan has been acquitted by the Lahore High Court. The case has shocked activists campaigning against honour killings.
The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup ushered in a new age for media coverage of women’s sport. A new survey of fans shows that while many men feel threatened, a growing number are on board.
Sexual harassment and discrimination in gaming and tech are not inevitable or permanent, write experts in the field. The solutions are positive community standards and women in power.
Today’s social media is plagued by racism and sexism. Without intentionally building the metaverse to be inclusive, it will be, too.
In covering femicide, media have a leading role, not only in awareness and education generally, but in actively shaping the construction of attitudes and beliefs that can help prevention efforts.
To combat online radicalisation, we first need to understand that the picture is rarely as simple as we’d like it to be.
Microaggressions are more subtle than outright discrimination. But they can directly affect HIV treatment outcomes.
Politicians, staffers and academics have come together to try and address bullying and harassment at parliament house. They have three key messages.
While women felt more included when they perceived male colleagues as allies, men who saw themselves that way reported more personal growth as a result.
As the government cracks down on the right to protest, we should remind ourselves of similarities between new legislation and older legacies of imperialism.
Without women’s inclusion and meaningful participation, any peace agreement between Afghanistan and the Taliban will lack legitimacy.