Sexual harassment reforms should be embraced but come after Australia “fell behind over time” on the issue, the woman who drove them says.
The government confirmed on Thursday that it had accepted all 55 recommendations of the [email protected] report, led by Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins, in part or in full.
It came over a year since the report was tabled, forcing Prime Minister Scott Morrison to deny it was made for political reasons following months of sexual assault scandals rocking the government.
Ms Jenkins embraced the “really positive news” on Friday but conceded the announcement had “taken a long time” to arrive.
“I think with the…