MEPs debate whether the #MeTooEP pledge will incite change within the European Parliament.
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Marie Laguerre, a French student who was punched in the face after confronting her harasser in July, will be marching at Saturday's protest against sexual violence in Paris. She speaks to Euronews about her life since the attack.
A British politician has used Parliament's free-speech guarantee to name a prominent businessman who is accused of sexual harassment and secured a court order barring the media from revealing his identity.
Moroccan women condemn "the culture of rape and impunity".
Protesters rallied in Porto against what they see as a dated and patriarchal court system in Portugal: a judge upheld a suspended sentence for two men who raped an unconscious woman in 2016
Leslie Moonves has resigned as CEO of U.S. media giant CBS over sexual misconduct accusations from six more women
Italian actress and leading #MeToo voice denies sexual assault as Harvey Weinstein accuses her of stunning hypocrisy
The #MeToo activist Asia Argento denied having "any sexual relations" with actor Jimmy Bennett when he was 17. The actress allegedly paid him off last year, according to legal documents obtained by the New York Times.
The Oscars have caused upset throughout Hollywood with the addition of a new category: "Popular Film". The new addition will recognise films that perform well at the Box Office in an aim to boost at home audience viewing figures.
Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein's lawyers are seeking to have sexual assault charges thrown out over "warm" emails
On Saturday, French student, Marie Laguerre, was struck in the face by a man who was allegedly sexually and verbally harassing on the streets of Paris. After standing up for herself by telling the man to "shut up," the man then struck her in the face before leaving the scene.
French actress Emmanuelle Seigner criticised the Academy for “its insufferable hypocrisy” over the expulsion of her husband, director Roman Polanski.
India is the most dangerous country to be a woman, and the USA also made the top 10 in the Thomson Reuters Foundation experts' survey this year.
Feminists groups in Spain are making life uncomfortable for the convicted five men in the Pamplona 'Wolf Pack' case by posting pictures of their faces around Seville.
Sexism and misogyny called out at first World Cup since #MeToo
Dozens of male lawyers in Chicago took to the city streets in high heels to raise awareness and encourage conversation about rape and sexual assault.
Judge Aaron Persky was criticised for the light sentencing in 2016 of Brock Turner, a Stanford student who raped an unconscious woman at a frat party.
Eighty-two women climbed the steps of the Palais des Festivals at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday in an unprecedented red carpet protest to press for improved gender equality in the film industry.
The director claims the Academy's decision to expel him was illegal and is demanding a fair hearing
Veteran US director Martin Scorsese and Oscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett officially opened the Cannes Film Festival, the first to be held since the cinema industry was rocked by the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
Barcelona protests against the sentence handed down against the five young people of "La Manada" accused of the "continuous sexual abuse" of an 18-year old girl. They think the court was too lenient.
Charity Save the Children's international chairman Sir Alan Parker has resigned saying he believed change was needed.
In a year when the #MeToo movement has dominated the headlines, Festival director Thierry Fremaux said he was conscious of gender balance in the organisation of the festival.