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Five years after #MeToo: What has changed in Europe?
It's been five years since millions of women around the world made their voices heard in the wake of a US social media campaign against sexist abuse. Euronews Culture considers the impact of the movement across the continent.
Do harassment claims against Musk spell trouble for his Twitter deal?
Musk has denied allegations he exposed himself to a flight attendant and that his company SpaceX settled the claims.
UK Conservative MP suspended amid Parliament pornography investigation
Colleagues have claimed that Neil Parish watched pornography on his phone in the House of Commons.
UK investigation after complaint about MP watching porn in parliament
Green MP reveals there are currently 56 politicians including three cabinet ministers under investigation for sexual misconduct.
Tech companies face fines and jail time under UK Online Safety Bill
The sweeping and controversial draft law aims to crack down on cyberbullying, scams and other harmful content.
'Cyber flashers' in UK to face jail time under new online safety law
The UK is introducing a "cyberflashing" law that makes sending unsolicited "dick pics" a crime.
Gender bias in AI recruiting: How algorithms hold women back
Artificial intelligence is enforcing existing gender biases when it comes to recruitment, according to a new report. But it may have one saving grace.
Overmars quits Ajax over 'inappropriate messages' to female staff
The former footballer admitted that he was "ashamed" of his "unacceptable" behaviour.
Facebook announces new tool to stop metaverse sexual harassment
One test user recently described the experience of being gang-raped by men in the metaverse. Is Facebook's new tool enough to stop it from happening?
‘They slap us to force us to work': Inside a fast fashion factory
New research reveals how cancelling orders and refusal to pay for work impacts vulnerable garment workers in Bangladesh.
Apology from TV boss as #MeToo scandal rocks Dutch TV
The scandal has seen two prominent cast members on "The voice of Holland" accused of sexual misconduct.
Protesters demand better police action on violence against women
Demonstrators called for police officers and men to do more to stop violence.
UN begins 16-day activism campaign highlighting female abuse
The International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on November 25 is the occasion to highlight the many struggles women from around the world continue to face, including domestic abuse, genital mutilation, online violence, and femicide.
Swedish far-right MEP convicted of sexually assaulting party member
Peter Lundgren was fined around €6,000 for sexually assaulting a fellow member of the Sweden Democrats in 2018.
Spanish Parliament debates 'Only Yes is Yes' sexual consent law
The law would strengthen the country's penal code against rape by requiring explicit consent for sex acts, a move long demanded by assault survivors and women's rights groups.
After sexual harassment reports, people want quarantine hotels banned
As complaints amass against the UK’s quarantine hotels, a law firm has taken legal action to stop them for vaccinated travellers.
Beijing court rules against woman in China #MeToo case
After the #MeToo movement swept China, authorities responded with legal changes that activists and legal experts say have not yet led to real change on the ground.
Blizzard president leaves game company amid sexual harassment scandal
One of the world's biggest game studios is rocked by its own #MeToo moment after California officials sue over harassment and discrimination claims.
Spain's government approves tougher laws on sexual consent
Spain's government has approved a so-called "Only yes means yes" law that sets out offences related to sexual consent.
Czech documentary film highlights the scale of online grooming
The makers of "Caught in the Net" created three fake profiles of young girls to try and expose sexual predators and their online tactics.