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A viral video shows two women confronting a sexual harasser on the street. But the harasser manages to walk away under the support of a bystander who argues that the harassment was “just a touch.”
A 2018 survey conducted by Hollaback! Jakarta and several women’s rights groups shows that bystanders fail to protect victims of sexual harassment in public spaces. The 62,000 respondents said that bystanders often act like nothing happened (40 percent) or blame the victim (8 percent).
In this video, Anindya Restuviani from Hollaback! Jakarta talks about what we should when witnessing sexual harassment in public spaces.
Multimedia Reporter: Vela Andapita
Multimedia Editor: Yuliasri Perdani