Gender Inequality

Over 50% of British women have suffered sexual harassment while at work or place of study - so why is it still going unreported?

Women still fear they will pay their price for harassment instead of their abusers. Image: Eric Ward on Unsplash

Sonia Elks

Journalist, Reuters

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