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Latest News on Workplace Harassment
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Dec 18, 2018
India’s first women-only party launched with aim to fight for reservation in Parliament, against workplace harassmentA 36-year-old doctor and social activist launched a women's only party to fight for issues like reservation for women in Parliament and harassment of women at workplace.
Nov 01, 2018
Over 1,500 Google employees globally plan a walkout over sexual harassment casesLast week, Google announced that it fired 48 people for sexual harassment since 2016.
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 16, 2018
Sexual harassment at work: YouGov-Firstpost survey shows abuse in office pervasive as ever, straddles generationsThe issue of women's safety in the workplace has come to the fore following the outpouring of complaints against sexual harassment as part of the MeToo campaign
Oct 16, 2018
#MeToo and Indian workplaces: Advocate Sonal Mattoo on the movement's lessons for organisationsAs #MeToo allegations continue to tumble out on social media, what is the mandate for Indian workplaces? Advocate Sonal Mattoo spoke with Firstpost about the way ahead.
Oct 14, 2018
#MeToo in India: MJ Akbar the editor was feted as a liberal and pluralist, he has betrayed those valuesThe recent revelations about MJ AKbar's assaults on young women mean that his reputation and all that he has stood for is in tatters for all time, and rightly
Oct 12, 2018
No MeToo or CCTV in our time, but we found ways to ward off sexual predators, say veteran women journalistsJournalism in the 1970s and 1980s was nothing like today's media industry. There were no legal guidelines to identify and prevent sexual harassment at workplaces
Oct 10, 2018
Online outrage not enough, justice is giving men accused in #MeToo movement their day in courtSome factors niggle in this ongoing #MeToo saga. The accused are not being given a chance to put anything in context, and their reputations are being shredded with no qualms.
Oct 09, 2018
Editors Guild of India 'condemns predatory conduct of men', expresses solidarity with women speaking up in #MeToo movementThe Editors Guild of India has also expressed "gratitude and solidarity towards women journalists" who shared their stories as part of the #MeToo movement.
Oct 09, 2018
India lags in implementation, not laws on sexual harassment; #MeToo movement highlights need for better enforcementFrom the #MeToo movement, we must grasp the magnitude and seriousness of sexual harassment cases, which prevail even though there are seemingly strict provisions under the law.