Sexual Harassment in the Media: 2020-2021 Research
WAN-IFRA Women in News and City, University of London conducted a major research study into sexual harassment in the media workplace in 20 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, the Arab Region, Southeast Asia, Central America and Russia. This study builds on research done in 2018 which identified a gap in available data on sexual harassment in media specifically in these regions.
WIN defines sexual harassment as unwanted and offensive behaviour, of a sexual nature, that violates a person’s dignity and makes them feel degraded, humiliated, intimidated or threatened.
Prevalence Of Sexual Harassment in the Media
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