The 2023 Annual Report reviews our work over the past year—our working groups, events, publications, and web courses—and outlines our plans for the future. We are grateful to everyone who has contributed to the work of the Center over the past year and look forward to a productive and fruitful year ahead. Click on the image to view the 2023 Annual Report flipbook.
July 26-28, 2024
National Law School of India University / Oxford Human Rights Hub
The 11th annual conference of the Berkeley Center on Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law will be jointly hosted by the National Law School of India University and the Oxford Human Rights Hub. The conference will be held at the National Law School of India University in Bengaluru, India.
We are currently in the process of reviewing abstract submissions for the conference. Authors will begin receiving invitations in February 2024. If you have any questions related to the conference, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
When US activists started using the #MeToo hashtag (as created by Tarana Burke) to speak out against sexual harassment, they joined, and then helped propel, a global movement. On every continent, women are using the new tools of social media to confront one of the oldest barriers to equality: the threat of violence, including sexual harassment, as a tool of male supremacy. In The Global #MeToo Movement, produced by the Berkeley Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law, 48 authors from 28 countries spanning every continent but Antarctica tell the story of how social media has driven a social movement against sexual harassment, and how the law has responded, often by helping men to push back.