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The government’s ‘roadmap’ for dealing with sexual harassment falls short. What we need is radical change – The Conversation AU

The government’s response to Kate Jenkins’ landmark report on sexual harassment in the workplace includes several positive measures. On the whole, however, it doesn’t…

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Over a year ago, Kate Jenkins, the Sex Discrimination Commissioner, publicly released the [email protected] report, a landmark national inquiry into sexual harassment in workplaces by the Australian Human Rights Commission.
Jenkins found the prevalence of sexual harassment in Australia to be endemic, conservatively estimating the cost to the economy at $3.5 billion dollars per year. The report also documented the long-term health and well-being implications for people (predominantly women) who experience…

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