31 octobre 2018

British University Denies Promoting Prostitution

HomeBy Elizabeth Redden. The University of Brighton, in Britain, has sought to clarify that it is not promoting prostitution after a support organization for sex workers was given a booth at a fair for new students, the BBC reported. More...

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Did German Catholic Church Get Too Much Control Over Research Study?

HomeBy David Matthews for Times Higher Education. Team of scholars uncovered thousands of suspected abusers, but some say they would have found more if not for the limits they accepted on their work. More...

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27 octobre 2018

Le secrétariat d'État à l'Égalité soutient 19 initiatives contre les violences sexistes au travail

Le secrétariat d’État chargé de l’Égalité entre les femmes et les hommes a annoncé le 27 juillet 2018 les résultats de l’appel à projets sur la prévention et lutte contre les violences sexistes et sexuelles au travail lancé en mai 2018.
Source : http://www.gref-bretagne.com/Actualites/Breves/Le-secretariat-d-Etat-a-l-Egalite-soutient-19-initiatives-contre-les-violences-sexistes-au-travail

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25 octobre 2018

Obligation d’information : Les mentions sur le harcèlement sexuel sont modifiées

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "unml.info"La loi 2018-703 du 3 août 2018, publiée au Journal Officiel du 5 renforçant la lutte contre les violences sexuelles et la loi 2018-771 du 5 septembre 2018 parue au JO du 6 septembre 2018 pour « la liberté de choisir son avenir professionnel» viennent modifier les dispositions relatives au harcèlement sexuel et modifie, en la matière, l’obligation d’information de l’employeur. Plus...

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22 octobre 2018

NTEU to launch survey on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace at NTEU National Council

The NTEU will shortly be launching an in depth survey of members on sexual harassment in the workplace during NTEU National Council. The results of the survey will inform our submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission’s inquiry into sexual harassment in the workplace and the related public hearings on sexual harassment in the workplace. More...

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NTEU monitors action on Change the Course Recommendations (Agenda 2018)

In 2017 the Australian Human Rights Commission released its report into sexual harassment and assault in Australian Universities. The report made a number of recommendations that were endorsed by Universities Australia and all universities either agreed to implement in principle or in full. More...

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Domestic violence Leave Scorecard (Agenda 2018)

Round 7 bargaining has seen an increase in provisions around Domestic Violence (DV) Leave. In the interim, the Fair Work Commission has inserted clauses which provide 5 days unpaid leave to all employees (including casual staff) into our modern awards. More...

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#MeToo – No justice without sex? (Agenda 2018)

Change the Course paints a damning picture of the university sector, finding that one in 10 female university students had been sexually assaulted in the previous two years and less than one in 20 believed their university was doing enough to support victims. #MeToo has, in some ways, kept the issues of Change the Course alive in universities, because for all that it is, #MeToo is, above all, a campaign of complaint and outrage about the violence and harms inflicted by and in workplaces. More...

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21 octobre 2018

#MeToo: alarming levels of sexual abuse and violence found in parliaments

Screenshot-2018-5-2 NewsroomA new study by the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) and the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) shows that acts of sexism, abuse and violence against women are widespread in parliaments across Europe. More...

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Ending violence against women: a new focus for continued Southern Mediterranean co-operation

Screenshot-2018-5-2 NewsroomOn 18 September 2018, the Council of Europe and European Union launched the “South Programme III: Ensuring sustainable democratic governance and human rights in the Southern Mediterranean” in Strasbourg. This programme will build on the results from the past two programmes, and will have a new added objective to combat violence against women. More...

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