The majority (79 percent) of men in a new survey on the impact of the #MeToo movement believe that it has been positive for gender equality in Sweden, but fewer said the movement led them to question their own behavior.
- Men in Sweden.
- One year on.
Almost two-thirds of Swedes believe that the #MeToo movement has led to real changes in society, although opinions differ greatly between the sexes on what has actually changed.
- To Gender Equality Minister Åsa Regnér.
Groups under the #metoo movement submitted a list of demands to the government Tuesday afternoon, calling for action against sexism, sexual harassment and abuse.
- Began on social media.
Following the outcry over sexual harassment and assault in the #Metoo movement, people are to take to the streets all over Sweden on Sunday.
- Tips from psychologist.
Has the discussion around #MeToo made you rethink the way you interact with your colleagues at work?
- Inquiry launched.
Speaker of parliament Urban Ahlin has denied accusations of sexual harassment and bullying after 30 people gave anonymous accounts in newspaper Dagens Nyheter.
- Scandal rocks Nobel body.
A man with close links to the Swedish Academy – the body that awards the Nobel Prize in Literature – has been accused of leaking names of previous laureates ahead of the official announcements.
- Over a decade.
The Green Party has launched an internal inquiry into one of its MPs, who has left after being accused of unwelcome advances and harasssment.
- Sexual harassment.
How is the #metoo campaign dealt with among the next generation and at school? Radio Sweden spoke to teenagers about sexual harassment.
Following the recent outpouring of sexual harassment and assault reports, the agency will review company practices in the media, culture and legal sectors.
- Following #metoo.
Last night, female and non-binary journalists in Sweden began releasing testimonies of sexual harassment and assault in the media industry, under the hashtag #Deadline.
- Next steps.
After thousands of reports of sexual harassment across the culture industries, the Swedish Union for Professional Musicians (Symf) is proposing an action plan.
Last night, actresses took to thirteen theatres across the country to reveal their stories of sexual harassment and abuse.
- Culture of silence.
In the wake of allegations made by lawyers and actors, and the #metoo campaign, 1,993 female musicians have published an article detailing alleged sexual abuse and sexism.
Women working in the judiciary are now stepping forward to share stories of sexual harassment in the workplace.