After The New York Times and The New Yorker reported that dozens of women had accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault over a period thirty years, more women proceeded to come forward with similar accusations against men in high power positions, igniting a global movement. But it spread asymmetrically, gaining a lot of momentum in some countries and going quieter in others. How did the #metoo phenomenon spread? And how did the media in the rest of the world cover it?
A GEN Summit session with Rana Ayyub, Fatemah Farag, Julie Posetti, Diana Pierce Burgess.