Taiwan’s Belated #MeToo Movement
By Chao-ju Chen and Chang-ling Huang
An explosion of sexual harassment and assault allegations has broken through Taiwan’s general complacency on the question of gender equality.
Taiwan Rocked by Wave of Sexual Harassment, Assault Allegations
By Brian Hioe
In the past two weeks, Taiwan has seen a growing number of #MeToo style allegations, especially against political figures.
The Limits of #MeToo in Sri Lanka
By Devana Senanayake
Years after an explosion of accusations centered on the media industry, the movement has not had any lasting effects in Sri Lanka.
Is This Tajikistan’s #MeToo Moment?
By Sher Khashimov and Steve Swerdlow
Could a court decision punishing a victim of sexual harassment and the newspaper that helped her be Tajikistan’s #MeToo moment?
#MeTooTalgo: Kazakh Activists Push to Toughen Rape Law
By Colleen Wood
In Kazakhstan, discussion about sexual violence -- and how it’s treated under the law -- has hit a tipping point.
Sydney Judge Awards Actor Geoffrey Rush $2 Million in Defamation Case
By Associated Press
The actor sued The Daily Telegraph's publisher and a journalist for defamation in reporting on accusations against Rush.
Key Convictions Show Continuing Power of #MeToo Movement in Korea
By Jenna Gibson
The women's movement that began last year is now piling up successes in court.
Me and #MeToo: A Story From New Delhi's Jawaharlal University in the Early 2000s
By Parul Abrol
Until #MeToo, few women in India had spoken out about harassment. I did and here's my story.
India Unleashes Its Own #MeToo
By Neeta Lal
Across India, women are speaking up with tales of their abuse at the hands of powerful men.
Nepal's #RageAgainstRape Movement Sparks Hope
By Arun Budhathoki
One group is fighting the incidence of rape in Nepal.
South Korea’s Online 'Bamboo Forests' Take Center Stage in #MeToo Movement
By Tae-jun Kang
Online communities once used mostly for gossip have become central in victims coming out about sexual abuses.
The Challenges of Pakistan's Female Journalists
By Rabia Nusrat
Less than 5 percent of journalists in Pakistan are women and those in the profession face substantial risks and hurdles.