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Oct 30, 2018
Spotlight on #MeToo: Tackling workplace harassment in Indian mediaAs the #MeToo movement rages on, #Spotlight is a watch on sexual assault and everyday harassment in the workplace. The project is an attempt to collate experiences, opinions and resources on sexual harassment in the Indian media and newsrooms.
Oct 22, 2018
#MeToo never set out to be balanced; movement aimed at making us confront biases on sexual violence and consent#MeToo cannot be balanced because it is finally voicing centuries of sexual violence against people who have been silenced and essentially stripped of their humanity.
Oct 18, 2018
Firstpost's #MeToo Conversations: Shruti Seth, Harini Calamur and Shunali Khullar Shroff talk consent, harassment and changing attitudesFirstpost's day-long panel discussions on the #MeTooIndia movement, titled #MeToo Conversations, and hosted by award-winning writer Meghna Pant, kicked off at The Habitat, Khar.
Oct 14, 2018
#MeToo in India: After decades of silence, an unafraid generation of young women are opening the floodgate of revelationsIt took a couple of courageous young women to set off MeToo which opened the present floodgate of revelations that promises to develop into a regular tsunami.
Oct 06, 2018
#MeToo in India: KR Sreenivas, Gautam Adhikari respond to sexual harassment allegationsSreenivas and Adhikari were among the powerful figures from the media industry who were named in journalist Sandhya Menon's #MeToo tweets
Jul 08, 2018
Ashoka University sexual harassment case: Complainant says she got no justice; institute claims it stuck to due processAshoka University students and alumni wrote an open letter on a website on the plight of the woman who accused professor Mitul Baruah of sexual harassment.
Jul 06, 2018
Ashoka University alumni highlight plight of survivor sexually harassed by professor in open letter; blame varsity for flouting normsIn an open letter published at www.youtooashoka.in, a platform run by some concerned students and alumni of Ashoka University, the group highlighted the gross violations of the varsity's own policies, in dealing with Baruah's case.
May 16, 2018
ACJ sexual harassment case: Artists unite to defend cultural space headed by Sadanand MenonAfter consecutive statements by the management of the Asian College of Journalism, Chennai and its current batch students; regarding sexual harassment charges against professor Sadanand Menon; a group of artists has also now issued a statement to defend the '"liberal" artistic performing space called Spaces.
May 14, 2018
ACJ's response to sexual harassment charges against Sadanand Menon makes 'due process' argument shakyThe Asian College of Journalism's response to the allegations against Sadanand Menon shows it is more concerned about its own reputation than anything else.
May 11, 2018
ACJ sexual harassment case: College's 'liberalism' in face of crisis threatens its credibility, reputationThe Asian College of Journalism (ACJ) — one of the preeminent media institutions in the country and my alma mater — is a liberal place. The men and women who teach there are all liberal, in every sense of the term