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Hi, this is Pip. Today, we’re covering new research from the ILO revealing that more than one in five people have experienced workplace harassment. We’re also getting the latest from Sudan, where political parties and the military have signed a framework deal they say will pave the way for elections, and hearing why aid workers are saying the response to the hunger crisis in East Africa is “inadequate”.

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💼 More than one in five workers have been a victim of violence and harassment, the International Labour Organization (ILO) said on Monday, with youth and migrant workers most affected. The UN agency said the results of the joint global study confirmed that workplace abuse was still a taboo issue and called on companies to put better policies and preventative measures in place.

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