The announcement by Women, Family, and Community Development Minister Rina Harun that a sexual harassment bill will be tabled in Parliament this year was welcomed by many, and it is hoped this legislation will address inequalities faced by women. BFM discusses with Natasha Dandavati, head of campaigns at the Women’s Aid Organisation, the need for this bill to be tabled and why it needs to be as inclusive as possible.
Produced by Juliet Jacobs
Presented by Sharmilla Ganesan and Dashran Yohan
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