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Sexual harassment
It's time to talk about sexual harassment

It’s time to talk about sexual harassment

WA Institute President, Suzie Hunt, has written a letter about some of the disturbing stories of harassment that were shared at a recent #WWW event on the #TimesUp movement.
Sexual harassment findings

Sexual harassment findings

The Australian Human Rights Commission has found disturbingly high levels of sexual harassment in Australian workplaces.
#MeToo sparks a national inquiry

#MeToo sparks a national inquiry

Do you have a tale to tell? The Human Rights Commission has launched a national inquiry to investigate sexual harassment in the workplace.
Me Too? What to do if you're being harassed!

Me Too? What to do if you’re being harassed!

Harassment in the workplace is an all-too-common problem in Australia. So, if it happens to you, what can you do?
Stop harassment in its tracks

Stop harassment in its tracks

How should architecture practices address sexual harassment at work? Merilyn Speiser offers a 10-step plan.
When being female is weaponised against you…

When being female is weaponised against you…

From the subtle to the outright abusive, sexual power games are rife in architecture. Gill Matthewson argues that it's time to find out what the world would look like if success was not predicated on diminishing others.
Is there an architectural #metoo?

Is there an architectural #metoo?

How can we tackle the sexual harassment in our architecture schools? Cathy Smith reflects on power, silence and change in the architectural academy.
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