Sexual harassment

Reporters without Borders: Women in Journalism Face Twice the Danger of Men

Female journalists feel unsafe working in at least 40 countries, a new report released Monday by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) concluded.

Most of the female journalists listed sexual harassment as the biggest issue they face in their home countries. Nearly 85% of the respondents said the harassment is common; 30% said it often leads to sexual assault.

Detention of Mika Aleksić extended - so that he would not be able to repeat the crime

The pre-trial judge extended his detention with a rationale that he would not be able to repeat the crime in a short period of time, as well as due to public disturbance and the punishment he's threatened for the crime he is charged with.
Aleksic and his lawyer can appeal this decision to the criminal out-of-court panel of the court, the High Court announced.

Aleksic questioned in the prosecution, he was reported by five girls

He was questioned due to the reports of five other girls who subsequently reported him for sexual abuse.
After the hearing, the prosecution extended the investigation against him to new crimes and new victims.
His lawyer, Zoran Jakovljevic, confirmed that Aleksic had been questioned, but did not want to give other details, noting that "there is nothing spectacular".

Study shows 1 in 2 employees have experienced sexual harassment in workplace

Over half the participants in a study conducted by the Social Action and Innovation Centre (KMOP) in Greece reported having experienced sexual harassment in their professional lives.

The study is part of a wider European initiative, "Teamwork," that seeks to combat sexual harassment in the workplace.

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