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What the Harvey Weinstein case can teach us about a complainant-centred process

The verdict highlights a number of critical issues required to build systems, processes and advocacy when it comes to working in the space of gender-based violence

Men should embrace feminism

The feminist project is about equality and justice for all human beings, including men and boys

Numsa strike against sexual harassment is a ‘powerful moment in labour history’

Almost 300 workers went on strike to force management to deal with a longstanding harassment allegation.

African Union’s internal inquiry reveals full extent of sexual harassment

Damning findings show that sexual harassment is rife within the African Union Commission

‘Senior SABC managers and HR covered up sexual harassment’ – report

A recent report into instances of sexual harassment at the embattled broadcaster found managers collude with and cover up for alleged perpetrators

Watch where you put your hands, oaf !

Men need to overhaul learnt views of their power over and rights to women

Editorial: Power corrupts ― even in our respected NGOs

'As the M&G turns its focus to allegations of abuse of power in the NGO space, our work has been met with hostility. And it has left us perplexed'

H&M, Gap to probe sexual harassment in factories

Fashion giants vowed to investigate reports that garment workers who supply stores routinely face sexual harassment, verbal and physical abuse

#MeToo is riding a new wave of feminism in India

In the early 21st century, millennial Indian women launched a radically new kind of feminist politics that had not been seen before.

Are men, by their nature, brutish?

Men will only really change if they are willing to examine their fantasies and feelings authentically

UK parliament sleaze row ‘clearing out’ bad behaviour

British MP Amber Rudd said that a scandal over sexual harassment was a "watershed moment" that was "clearing out" inappropriate behaviour.

Rape claim tarnishes legal profession

Men, usually bosses, prey on fresh young lawyers who need to do their articles to qualify

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