“The inexcusable mishandling of the Larry Nassar case shows just how deeply young women are distrusted and ignored, to protect a powerful man and a money-making institution.” Dr. Ann Olivarius told Boss Betty.
In the Press
“The criminal justice system is singularly unsuited to helping women get justice after sexual violence” – Dr. Ann Olivarius speaks to BELatina about the disbelief and prejudice women and girls experience when reporting rape or assault.
Dr. Ann Olivarius interviewed live on ABC News on the FBI’s failures in the Larry Nassar investigation.
Honza Cervenka and Elena Michael from #NotYourPorn speak to Becky Annison on The Hearing about image-based sexual abuse and why the law needs to catch-up.
Associate Honza Cervenka contributed to the Inquiry, representing Kol v’Oz (now VoiceCSA) and Manny Waks at the IICSA hearings. Here interviewed by BBC Radio on the alarming findings.
Dr. Ann Olivarius speaks to Barron’s Advisor about how we can support women financial advisors and why it’s so important.
At the age of 66, Dr. Ann Olivarius has worked on many sexual harassment cases, made legal history and more. Here Olivarius talks to British Vogue about her life’s work.
A lawsuit against Activision Blizzard Inc. could be a crucial step to forcing the video-game industry, which has faced persistent allegations of workplace sexual harassment, to take meaningful steps toward gender equality. Dr. Ann Olivarius comments on the ‘wake up call’ to companies.
Our client, who was abused as a child in her Jehovah’s Witnesses community, speaks to Woman’s Hour about her journey to starting a support group for those who want to leave “high control groups”.
“People are naively lulled into a false sense of security from the paywall, that what’s behind it stays behind it” – says Honza Cervenka to the BBC.
Dr. Ann Olivarius gives her reaction to Bill Cosby’s sexual assault conviction being overturned on BBC Radio Scotland.
Just because your workforce is online, doesn’t mean your obligations as an employer change. Georgina Calvert-Lee explains to WIRED how the law doesn’t distinguish between sexual harassment done in person and done remotely.