Despite advances, including legislation, over the past few decades, many companies still don't do enough to contain workplace sexual harassment
Early this year, former Uber employee Susan Fowler’s act of courage had a $70 billion company reeling and sparked a movement in Silicon Valley. In India, the revolution was seeded a few decades earlier. In 1992, Bhanwari Devi, a saathin (social worker) in Rajasthan, was gang-raped for stopping the marriage of an infant girl child. Her prolonged legal battle saw activists and lawyers coming together to file a public interest litigation (PIL) in the Supreme Court.