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Female staff harassed at Australia's Antarctica research stations

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Women working at Australia's research camps in Antarctica have endured widespread sexual harassment, a report has found. It described evidence of uninvited touching, requests for sex, and a predatory culture which condoned pornography on walls and sexual taunts. Woman also felt they had to hide their menstruation, and ration tampons and pads because they were so limited.
2 months ago·Antarctica

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Female staff harassed at Australia's Antarctica research stations

Female workers have endured uninvited touching, requests for sex and a predatory culture, a review says.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Measures to stamp out sexual harassment on Australia’s Antarctic stations after damning report

Tanya Plibersek says Australian Antarctic Division’s work is ‘far too important to be tainted’

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Antarctic research stations rife with sexism and harassment, probe finds

A new report has found a widespread culture of sexism and sexual harassment at Australia’s Antarctic research bases. But scientists in the field say it's not just an Australian problem.

2 months ago·Canada
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'Predatory,' widespread sexual harassment on Australia's Antarctic research bases, report finds

Australian women working on research bases in Antarctica have been plagued by a widespread culture of sexual harassment, a recently released report found.

2 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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Predatory behaviour exposed at Antarctic research centre

Australian women sent to work at the Antarctic stations often face a predatory culture, including unwanted requests for sex, insults and displays of offensive pornography, according to an external review.

2 months ago·Sydney, Australia
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Australia’s Antarctic bases slammed for rampant sexual harassment of women

A government report detailed ‘predatory’ culture at the stations, including unwelcome requests for sex and display of pornography.

2 months ago·Hong Kong
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