Tista Sen
Mar 8, 2019

We want to be their voice: How 'The Collective' is responding to #MeToo in India

A member of 'The Collective', a group of women from India's ad industry which spoke out in the wake of a series of #MeToo accusations last year, explains the group's goals and activities.

Shortly after MeToo hit India's ad industry last fall, a group of industry women calling itself 'The Collective' said it planned to take action. Here, a member of the group, Tista Sen of Wunderman Thompson, explains the origin of the group and provides an update on what it is aiming to accomplish.

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