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USA: Missouri passes law raising standard of proof for victims of housing or employment discrimination to hold wrongdoers legally accountable
Author: Billy Corriher, Center for American Progress (USA)
“A New Missouri Law Creates Steep Hurdles to Discrimination Lawsuits”, 12 Jul 2017...
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Author: Animal Político (México)
“Sobrecargo denunció acoso sexual en Interjet; la empresa la ignoró hasta que lo publicó en redes”, 28 de Julio de 2017...
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Eastern Africa: HIVOS says sexual harassment in flower sector '"prevalent" but "widely unacknowledged"; launches initiative on model sexual harassment policy for sector
"Stop Sexual Harassment Project: A Model Sexual Harassment Policy for the Flower Sector in Eastern Africa"...
Author: Business Daily (Kenya)
"Ushahidi board now fires director Daudi Were over sex scandal"...
Author: Geoffrey Smith, Fortune (USA)
"Fox Sports has fired its programming head over harrassment claims." 4 July 2017...
India: 1 in 7 women garment workers in Bangalore factories experience sexual harassment; survivors not likely to complain fearing social stigma
Author: Rohini Mohan, Scroll India
"Bengaluru garment hub’s dirty secret: Sexual harassment in the workplace", 27 Jun 2017...
Author: Initiative for Social & Economic Rights (Uganda)
"Economic and Social Rights Advocacy Brief: The State Obligation to Respect, Protect and Fulfil Economic Social and Cultural Rights in the Context of Business Activities"...
Allegations of sexual harassment & gender discrimination against Uber lead to company-wide investigation
Successive sexual harassment and gender discrimination claims against Uber led to a full-scale probe into the company's treatment of its female employees and customers. Investigations revealed company-wide issues with gender discrimination and...
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick resigns after after internal inquiry finds widespread sexual harassment, gender discrimination
Author: Julia Carrie Wong, The Guardian (UK)
"Uber CEO Travis Kalanick resigns following months of chaos", 21 June 2017...
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