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Apr 11, 2020
With a 'Legal Cell' on Twitter, Ungender aids women seeking information about workplace laws, harassment redressalUngender, an organisation that has been working on the implementation of the anti-sexual harassment act and other gender-centric laws at the workplace, is offering counselling on its Twitter account. Managing partner Pallavi Pareek outlines the ways in which women are discriminated against at the workplace, and why top leadership should be more empathetic to those who raise complaints
Mar 23, 2020
Former CJI Ranjan Gogoi’s defence against sexual harassment charges: The frank interview that wasn’tFormer CJI Ranjan Gogoi made many statements exonerating himself prior to the initiation of any inquiry from the pulpit. Having been the presiding officer of the hearing, he chose not to have any of this recorded in the record of proceedings and chose not to sign the order. At the very outset, Gogoi ought to have recused himself from the matter.
Aug 30, 2019
Bombay HC directs BARC to expeditiously look into harassment plaint of woman employee, deliver decision in three monthsBombay High Court has asked the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre to expeditiously look into complaint of sexual harassment made by a woman employee and place it before its internal complaints committee.
Jul 26, 2019
Amit Shah heads government panel dealing with sexual harassment at workplaceOther than Home Minister Amit Shah, the reconstituted panel will also comprise of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Union Minister of Human Resource Development Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank and Union Minister of Women and Child Development Smriti Irani.
Oct 24, 2018
#MeToo in India: MHA constitutes Rajnath Singh-led panel to look into sexual harassment at workplaceThe GoM will recommend action required for effective implementation of the existing provisions, as well as for strengthening the existing legal and institutional frameworks for addressing issues related to sexual harassment at workplace
Jul 31, 2018
Committees constituted by 29 states, UTs to look into cases relating to sexual harassment at workplace: MoS Virendra KumarAs many as 29 states and Union territories have constituted local complaints committees to look into cases of sexual harassment at workplace, Women and Child Development Minister of State Virendra Kumar informed the Parliament.
May 05, 2017
WCD ministry to launch online portal for women public servants to record sexual harassment complaintsAn e-platform that will enable women employees of the central government to file sexual harassment complaints online is likely to be launched this month.