Olivia Parker
May 6, 2019

Indian adland's #MeToo is not over: "Anger makes things happen—and women are mad as hell"

Sexual harassment is endemic, a systemic "rot" at the heart of the industry, says advertising's Cindy Gallop. She is sure that in India's adland, where the #MeToo movement appears to have slowed, just as in the rest of the world, there are many more developments to come.

The culmination of the 'Dignity March' in New Delhi in February, which saw thousands of people walk 10,000 kilometres from Mumbai to the capital to campaign to end sexual offences. (AFP)

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The seemingly slow progress of the MeToo movement in India’s advertising industry is typical of what’s happening in the fight to expose sexual harassment everywhere else in the world, Cindy Gallop tells Campaign Asia-Pacific....

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