#MeToo campaign will remain largely ineffective if it remains restricted to a small cross-section of society
The #MeToo campaign ran out of steam prematurely, partly because it was so severely limited in social terms and was carried forward by a small number of people.
Cricket writer Sarah Waris calls out sexual harassment: Predatory behaviour in media is very real, needs fixing
Women in media houses who work late hours, usually under stressful conditions, are especially susceptible to the sort of behaviour a female freelancer recently encountered. It's time for media houses to address such issues proactively.
Vijay Nair sexual harassment case: Rising incidents against men emphasise need for gender-neutral laws in India
Sexual harassment incidents committed against men (with the perpetrator being a woman) such as the Vijay Nair case are increasingly being reported and make one wonder whether we need gender neutral sexual harassment laws in India
On Monday afternoon, Babita Singh, a scientific officer at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (Barc) sent an email to her brother Vikas Singh citing work pressure. Babita has been missing since.
The governing council of The Energy and Resources Institute(TERI) in a meeting on Monday decided to terminate its association of 25 years with its Director-General RK Pachauri with immediate effect.
The Delhi government has proposed setting up Local Complaints Committee (LCC) in every district of the national capital which the victims of sexual harassment at workplace denied justice by the Internal Complaints Committees (ICC) can approach.