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First launched by the activist Tarana Burke in the United States a decade ago, the Me Too movement has now reached nearly every region of the world; the phrase itself, and the viral hashtag MeToo, is in regular rotation in more than 85 nations. Comparable local campaigns exist in dozens more. Women who previously endured abuse, harassment, and discrimination in silence have raised their voices en masse, collaborating across borders to demand reform. But for all that momentum, an Economist survey shows that skepticism of harassment claims has grown. And though a rising number of female candidates have run for political office in countries globally, women remain dramatically underrepresented at the highest levels. Fear not.
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Part of the Time's Up movement the huge group of women's rights demonstrators held brightly coloured placards aloft as they passionately shouted slogans. Women were joined by men and children undeterred by the heavy rain to speak out on issues ranging from domestic violence to climate change. People gathered at Richmond Terrace opposite Downing Street as organisers urged people to "step up, show up and speak up". More than 8, people had said they were interested in attended the event on Facebook - which started at 11am today. Londoners were called on to speak out against sexual harassment, bigotry and prejudice, gender based violence and the pay gap.