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A recent report reveals 72% of women stationed in Antarctica have experienced sexual harassment. This is a shockingly high number – but change is possible.
Women not free to enjoy festivals in the same way as men.
Campaigners argue that victims of ‘revenge porn’ need to be acknowledged as victims of sexual abuse.
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For many female runners, the feeling of liberation that running can bring is marred by the ever-present threat of street harassment and violence. It’s a major obstacle to running participation.
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The government has opened a consultation about making public sexual harassment a distinct criminal offence.
Service provider apps are set up in ways that endanger gig workers.
Rating services on ride and task apps disadvantage gig workers, whose future work assignments are affected by their ratings. Women workers are made vulnerable, and have to contend with harassment.
Sexual harassment is a common workplace hazard for nonprofit fundraisers.
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After studying this #MeToo problem for years, two researchers have drafted a toolkit to help nonprofits address it.
Lifting wages will be a priority for the Albanese government to ease the cost of living. But the unions and the Greens are likely to push for more changes to tackle problems with the Fair Work system.
MP Neil Parish resigned after using porn in the House of Commons – but his case is not as rare as we might think.
New research has found that Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students are more likely to be sexually harassed in a university context than any other students.
Sexual harassment affects almost one out of every two college students.
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Colleges do a poor job of screening applicants for prior history of sexual misconduct in the workplace. A sociologist and a law professor explain how that can change.
Today’s students are part of a generation demanding society-wide change in the culture that perpetuates sexual violence, and the students expect their universities to lead the way.
Brittany Higgins and Grace Tame at the National Press Club last month.
Australia’s political economy was built on the primacy of (white) male labor, male power and male control, writes Julianne Schultz. Women have changed this culture - but still risk abuse when speaking out.
We need to think about legislation and regulation when it comes to transactions, data protection and user interaction in the metaverse.
The toxic culture in video game company Activision Blizzard is part of the larger problem of sexual harassment in esports.
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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.
In 2017, Louis C.K. fell from grace after he was accused of sexual misconduct.
Cancel culture is what is left when people who have caused harm fail to actively accept responsibility and work to repair that harm.
It feels like history was made in 2021. But it is hard to argue there has been concrete change at Parliament House … yet.
Ending workplace sexual harassment means going beyond holding perpetrators to account to address a ‘network of complicity’ that enables unethical conduct.
Research in universities and businesses experiencing persistent sexual harassment shows non-disclosure agreements can have negative effects on workers and their organizations.
Former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, left, and his brother, former CNN anchor, Chris Cuomo.
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A journalist’s role is to serve the public interest. But CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, by helping his brother, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo during a scandal, put personal interests above the public’s.
Protestors attend a 2013 rally at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax to express concerns over a chant that promoted rape culture.
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The struggle against sexual harassment and sexual assault at Ontario universities goes back to the 1970s.