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Donor countries set international standard for preventing sexual exploitation, abuse, and harassment in development sector
Government to further protect employees from sexual harassment
Sellafield Ltd CEO to step down after five years of unprecedented progress
University of Warwick apologises for failings and announces action plan to improve handling
Tradesman convicted in relation to bullying young workers
Caltech’s Castañeda Named Director of Human Resources at PNNL
International students at risk of exploitation by Sydney landlords, new report finds
UN Human Rights Council 41 UK response to Special Rapporteur’s report on racism
Australia advances its commitment to aid for trade
Tough new penalties for would-be farm invaders
Minister for Women & Equalities Penny Mordaunt – Launch of Women’s Empowerment Roadmap
Fitzgerald Inquiry – A history lesson we must never forget
Pushing up profile of mental health awareness
Penny Mordaunt sets out plan to empower UK women
UK MPs more likely to have mental health issues than general public, survey shows
UN Human Rights Council 41 Belarus
Time to stop persecuting party-goers, decriminalise drug use
Stronger action against terror content
Max-Planck-Gesellschaft publishes survey on work culture and work atmosphere
LGBTQ Asian Americans seen as more ‘American’
UN Human Rights Council 41 Violence Against Women at Work
South Korea arrests trade union leader
Law around non-consensual taking, making and sharing of sexual images to be reviewed
Historic global Convention to eliminate violence and harassment at work passed
Ratifying convention to prevent forced labour
National awards for Wollongong Council
UNESCO stands up against online harassment of women journalists
Minister to attend ILO Centenary
Statement from ACTU Secretary Sally McManus on John Setka
Oxfam welcomes Independent Commission’s recommendations and commits to deepen culture change and safeguarding improvements
Response to Charity Commission report on Oxfam
Screen Australia’s Code of Conduct replaced by industry code from 1 July 2019
Expulsion of John Setka
More Accountability For Union Officials Needed
Feminist fatwa a disgrace
Police charge man with using messaging app to harass teen at Nambucca Heads
Researchers examine gender-based differences in physician burnout
ABC ratings hit 13-year low as election boosts 2GB
New report sheds light on groups vulnerable to family, domestic and sexual violence
Commissioner welcomes major report into workplace equity and promotion
Policy strengthens Otago’s stance against sexual misconduct
Child protection workers traumatised
Canada announces funding to protect young people and advance gender equality in Montréal
Safe Sport: Gender Equity Announcement
Funding and reform needed to make Parliament a kinder workplace
PM statement on Francis Review
Universities told to stamp out antisemitism on campus
Victoria Police commits to an organisation where LGBTI employees are proud, visible,safe