Search Results for Tag: #MeToo
India is the world’s most dangerous nation for women due to the high risk of sexual violence and regressive traditions, said a new study. Activists disagree with its methodology, but agree that gender crimes are up.
Date28.06.2018 | 12:17
Tags#MeToo, africa, All India Progressive Women's Association, India, Middle East, rape, sexual crimes, sexual violence, Thomson Reuters Foundation, Violence against women
The #MeToo movement has been lauded as a catalyst for change. But what effects has it really had for women worldwide? A DW Arts.21 special brought international activists together at the Global Media Forum to find out.
Date13.06.2018 | 20:19
Tags#MeToo, Ellen Harrington, Global Media Forum, Jasad, Joumana Haddad, Rokhaya Diallo, saudi arabia, Urvashi Butalia, women's rights
After decades of misdeeds, the moment of reckoning has finally arrived for disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. In earlier times, he would have gotten away with it – but not anymore, writes DW’s Kate Ferguson.
Date26.05.2018 | 13:39
Tags#MeToo, Alyssa Milano, Ashley Judd, Harvey Weinstein, Hollywood, Me Too, Rose McGowan, sexual abuse, Taylor Swift
A website that makes reporting sexual assault easier is one of six organisations gifted $7.5 million by an Ebay billionaire in order to ramp up their effectiveness.
Date04.04.2018 | 9:23
In an interview with DW, Reham Khan, the former wife of Pakistani politician Imran Khan, talks about her upcoming book, sexual harassment of female politicians in Pakistan and her plans to return to the country.
Date26.03.2018 | 14:56
Tags#MeToo, chauvinism, Discrimination, Imran Khan, Pakistan, patriarchy, Reham Khan, women's rights
In an interview with DW, Indian feminist V. S. Elizabeth says that although the global #MeToo movement had an impact on India, it is still restricted to the educated middle class with an access to the Internet.
Date20.03.2018 | 14:41
Tags#MeToo, Eve teasing, feminism, feminist, gang rape, harassment, India, V. S. Elizabeth, women's rights
Director Katja Benrath has been nominated for an Oscar for her award-winning short film, “Watu Wote: All of Us.” She spoke to DW about the universal message of her film, the Me Too movement — and Hollywood’s good side.
Date31.01.2018 | 15:38