Tens of thousands of Swedish women have declared war on sexism in their country. Sweden already has stiff penalties for sex crimes, but women are increasingly demanding more equality.
Most adults and teens in Germany believe that discussing assault and inequality in schools can help combat these problems. A majority of Germans also believe that workplace discrimination remains a major problem.
As the festival season winds down, people are taking stock of a subject of considerable interest to women and men: sexual harassment and assault at pop and rock festivals.
A Japanese school's confession that it discriminated against female applicants on the grounds they would leave the profession after marriage has triggered an angry backlash in the country. Julian Ryall reports.
The Australian Human Rights Commission said the inquiry was believed to be the world's first in response to #MeToo. It will examine the many sides of workplace sexual harassment and make recommendations.
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