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"Signet Confronts Diamond Debacles" 

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"NFL Goes for Knockout Against New York Times" 

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"OSI Fights Back In China" 

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In the News

#MeToo and the Weinstein verdict: What now for working women?

Radmilla Suleymanova, Al Jazeera, February 29, 2020

AlJazeera 2-29-20

Harvey Weinstein, the once all-powerful Hollywood mogul making and breaking women's careers, now faces up to 29 years behind bars after being convicted this week of sexual assault and third-degree rape. Dozens of women who accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct, predatory behavior and rape have yet to have their day in court. Still Monday's verdict serves as a turning point in a scandal that blew the lid off of sexual harassment in US workplaces and propelled the #MeToo movement to a global stage.

#MeToo put on blast predatory gatekeepers in media, sports and entertainment by bypassing traditional streams of reporting sexual misconduct and harassment. It inspired millions of women to share their own experiences on social media.

While the movement ignited an international conversation, gender experts say the Weinstein scandal and conviction shows just how much work needs to be done to change cultural norms that have for decades brushed off sexual harassment allegations and the women who voice them.

Public awareness is spreading though. UN Women estimates that between 2016 and 2019 #MeToo and its global sister hashtags made over 36 million social media impressions.

And while the number of sexual harassment allegations has fallen compared with when Weinstein was first accused, it is still higher than before #MeToo began, according to crisis and reputation strategy firm Temin & Co.

"#MeToo 2.0" should at least give women the tools to deal with abuse, the company's founder Davia Temin told Al Jazeera. "Women, when it happens, document it, tell your friends, or a lawyer because when allegations come to light you are going to be asked for proof," Temin added. [...read more]

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