Protesters hold posters calling for protection of Indigenous lands amid growing number of development projects in the Philippines.

The Philippines is among the most dangerous places in the world for environmental activists


The international nonprofit Global Witness has ranked the Philippines at the top of its list of deadliest countries to be an eco-activist. Dozens of environmentalists and land defenders also die each year or end up on government watch lists.

Mark Tercek

A #MeToo scandal engulfs The Nature Conservancy

A webcomic with two panels depicts a woman telling a story.

An Indonesian defamation law landed this teacher 6 months in jail for documenting her abuser

Georgina Hernandez

Before #MeToo, women janitors organized to fight workplace harassment

me too

Poll: For women at work, harassment complaints fall on deaf ears

This is a black and white image of a profile of Harvey Weinstein from 2012. In the space next to his face, text says "The Harvey Effect: How his fall led millions of women to talk about workplace harassment."

Sexual harassment at work is a global problem. Now, the world is finally talking about it.


The sexual harassment allegations against film mogul Harvey Weinstein have sparked a global conversation about the issue of harassment in the workplace. We devoted all of Friday’s program to this issue.


So many women are saying ‘me too.’ Editors weigh in about how to move the conversation forward.


We talked to magazine and newspaper editors about how to address sexual harassment in the workplace.

Kate Hendricks Thomas

A female former Marine speaks out about nude photos of servicewomen


Kate Hendricks Thomas says she and other military women typically endure sexual abuse on the job and so she was not surprised to learn that a Facebook page called “Marines United” with 30,000 Marine followers posted nude photos of females Marines.

Part of a flyer from Inclusión México.

These images say a lot about the state of violence against women in Mexico


Women will march through Mexico State this weekend to protest all forms of sexual violence, from cat-calling to rape.

Women walking in Pristina, Kosovo.

‘I’ve been grabbed, followed, yelled at, sworn at’


Since moving back to Kosovo, my birthplace, from Canada four years ago, I’ve been grabbed, followed, yelled at, sworn at, and heard all sorts of disgusting commentary about my legs, my body, my genitals, you name it, all while simply walking down the street. New research shows what Kosovar women have always known: street harassment affects women across Kosovo, regardless of geographical location, ethnicity, sexual orientation and able-bodiedness.