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Latest news: Sexual harrassment

ANU to employ professional staff to improve student safety on campus

In a bid to tackle sexual assaults and sexual harassment, the Australian National University is planning to invest in professionally-trained staff to improve student safety at on-campus residences. In 2022, the ANU received...

ANU students despair lack of follow-through on safety

Last Monday (1 August), on the fifth anniversary of the 2017 National Student Safety Survey (NSSS) on sexual assault and sexual harassment, students gathered once more, sadly with new survivors in the...

ANU sexual assault rate 3 times national average: Students send list of demands

Today, the National Student Safety Survey (NSSS) results on sexual assault and sexual harassment were released by Universities Australia. • 26 per cent of the 1,647 ANU students who participated in the survey...

Grace Tame to speak on women’s safety

Grace Tame will address a national summit on women's safety, after accusing Scott Morrison of using survivors' stories for political leverage.

No impeachment for Cuomo after he resigns

Lawmakers in the New York Assembly will suspend their impeachment investigation of Governor Andrew Cuomo in light of his promise to step down from office over sexual harassment complaints, Speaker Carl Heastie says.

Poster sexual harassment decision upheld

A NSW court has dismissed an appeal by a company found to have sexually harassed a woman featured in a safety poster urging her predominantly male colleagues to "Feel great – lubricate!".

Dutton ducks claims raised by ex-Liberal MP Julia Banks

Two cabinet ministers have refused to be drawn on the specifics of sexual harassment allegations raised by former Liberal MP Julia Banks.