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NDAs ‘should not silence sexual harassment claims’

Ex-movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and his company used non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to silence accusations of his sexual misbehaviour. But NDAs… Read More »

South Africa now has vital laws for sex offences courts

South African laws and regulations outlining the standards for sex offences courts were published on 7 Feb 2020 and implemented… Read More »

Successfully navigating the post #MeToo workplace

On the surface, it looks like women are making progress toward equality in the post #MeToo era. In politics, women… Read More »

Social media: a rising threat to journalists’ freedom

Social media has made democracies more democratic by giving everyone a voice. But it also makes cyberbullies with large followings… Read More »

Bullying and sexual harassment rife in the legal field

Bullying and sexual harassment are rampant in the legal profession. This is according to a new study on nearly 7,000… Read More »

Sterling’s dark, dirty secret: a culture of sexual harassment and unequal pay for women

While the #MeToo Movement shone a global spotlight on the entertainment industry, it’s painfully clear that the problem is just… Read More »

Check out our new EthicsDefender video!

Our new EthicsDefender video is live. Take a look and let us know what you think! P.S. Big shout-out to… Read More »

Why open secrets exist in organisations

In 2017, the New York Times broke the now widely-known scandal of media mogul Harvey Weinstein’s apparent decades-long pattern of… Read More »