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Google sued by women workers claiming gender discrimination

The suit argues Google violates California's Equal Pay Act by paying women lower wages than men.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

'Veiled women our pride' sparks anger against Indian state

Authorities in a deeply conservative Indian state are being accused of reinforcing entrenched gender discrimination after describing veiled women as the "pride" of the region.
SBS

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News video: Tesla Hit by Lawsuit For 'Racist Behavior'

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Tesla has been hit with another lawsuit for the working environment at its Fremont, California assembly plant. This time the company is accused of being a “hotbed for racist behavior.” Previously,..
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News video: Afghan women defy tradition to run marathon

Afghan women defy tradition to run marathon 02:04

Women in Afghanistan, a country scarred by years of war and with a history of gender discrimination, have it hard. Despite all this, some relish the most punishing of all sports, marathon running, and..
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News video: Warner Bros. Suspends CW Producer Amid Harassment Claims

Warner Bros. Suspends CW Producer Amid Harassment Claims 01:05

Multiple people accused producer Andrew Kreisberg of creating an inappropriate and "toxic" work environment.
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News video: Salesforce CEO Hopes Dreamfest Fundraiser Helps Inspire Compassion, End To Discrimination

Salesforce CEO Hopes Dreamfest Fundraiser Helps Inspire Compassion, End To Discrimination 02:05

Sexual Harassment and gender discrimination have been a hot-button issue in Silicon Valley and Betty Yu spoke about that issue with Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff at the huge Dreamfest fundraising event..
Source: CBS 5 SF KPIX -

News video: Why Iran Banned 42 Million from Football

Why Iran Banned 42 Million from Football 06:15

42 million Iranian women are banned from watching football live due to Iranian law. This is the story of why, and their ongoing fight to return to the stands.
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Metro Trains buries damaging report into workplace bullying and sexism

Metro Trains hired a former senior police detective to investigate an avalanche of staff allegations of bullying, harassment and gender discrimination in the workplace, only to suppress the report's..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Women face high heels and make-up rules at work: report

High heels, dyed hair and make-up are among dress codes for women in the British workplace, despite gender discrimination being illegal, a parliamentary report released on Wednesday found.
SBS

Girls wearing skirts as part of school uniform is 'gender discrimination', experts say

The "outdated" school uniform policy is a discriminatory disadvantage for young girls, psychologist says. 
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

More boys are diagnosed with cancer than girls worldwide - why?

If this is the reason, it should be accepted as another sign of gender discrimination against girls.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Wider wage gap blamed on bias

Gender discrimination is increasingly contributing to the pay gap between men and women, new ­research has found.
The Australian

Top Sydney University mathematician Nalini Joshi laments gender discrimination

"Australia is frozen in time," is the view of one of the nation's top mathematicians, Nalini Joshi.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Men are victims of sexism too

men are victims of sexism too
Sexism against women is not the only type of gender discrimination. There is also a sexism against men that stereotypes and places unfair expectations on the male half of the population.
The Advertiser

What the cases of Jamie Briggs, Peter Dutton and Chris Gayle say about our treatment of women

Apologies are important but they're also reminders that insidious and more subtle forms of gender-based discrimination continue to put women down.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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