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Why political staffers are vulnerable to sexual misconduct — and little is done to stop it

By Maria Maley, Senior Lecturer in Politics, Australian National University
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New research sheds light on why sexual misconduct and bullying is so common in political offices and why political staffers have few options to hold those in power to account.

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