Search Results for Tag: sexual harassment
In collaboration with EyeEm, DW invited photographers to share images that offer an insight into the lives of women around the world. This one was taken in Egypt by Ahmed Mohamed.
Date24.04.2017 | 13:49
TagsAhmed Mohamed, Cairo, egypt, EyeEm, sexual harassment, women, Women talk online, women's rights
A recent spate of jaw-dropping judgments and statements by judges and lawmakers in different parts of the world somehow seem to suggest that the unmistakable distinction between rape and consensual sex can get blurry in the very domains that should stringently uphold it, namely the courtroom and parliament.
Date18.04.2017 | 15:54
TagsBrenda Haas, consent, gang rape, Italy, Mexico, no means no, rape, sex, sexual assault, sexual harassment, women's rights
Bhutan is often described as the last “Shangri-La” in the world. The country is undergoing a tremendous modernization process. There are better roads, schools and healthcare. More people are receiving an education.
Date08.03.2017 | 17:45
TagsBhutan, daughter, Eve teasing, nightclubs, nightlife, sexual harassment, Shangri-La, women's rights, womentalkonline, Yesey Choden
The clock strikes 8:30 in the morning. You are already running late for work so you rush out into the streets. As you walk down, a group of men start catcalling you and one of them whistles slyly.
Date06.02.2017 | 10:09
An incident of “mass molestation” on New Year’s Eve in Bangalore has put an ugly spotlight back on sexual assault against women in India. But some officials insist on blaming victims and western values.
Date10.01.2017 | 12:14
TagsBangalore, India, National Commision for Women, New Year's Eve, rape, sexual assault, sexual harassment, Supreme Court, women, women's rights
Date17.08.2016 | 15:08
TagsAngela Merkel, chancellor, Donald Trump, European Union, Germany, Hillary Clinton, Ines Pohl, president, sexual assault, sexual harassment, USA, women's rights
There was a time sexual harassment at work was an issue shrouded under a veil of shame. Women who were at the receiving end of unwanted sexual attention either from peers or superiors did not report it for fear of ridicule. In case they raised a voice against it, their employment could be terminated. Sexual harassment at work is one of the leading causes of attrition for women at work.
Date07.06.2016 | 10:50
TagsElsa Mathews, empowering women, India, R K Pauchari, rape, sexual harassment, Tarun Tejpal, Tehelka, TERI, Vishaka Guidelines, women at work, women's rights