Media round-up: This week’s diversity news

Sexual harassment and assault rife at United Nations, staff claim
Exclusive: Guardian investigation points to culture of impunity as UN employees allege offences including rape

Parents working far over contracted hours
​The modern workplace is pushing parents to breaking point and creating a ‘parenthood penalty’

Why do black students quit university more often than their white peers?
Black students are 1.5 times more likely to drop out than their white and Asian counterparts. Understanding why is vital

Culture secretary urged to intervene in BBC equal pay row
MPs’ letter criticises on-air ban for presenters who have expressed opinion and says government should ‘set the tone’ for employers across UK

Savings gap leaves women unprepared for retirement
Only 23% of female workers feel financially prepared for retirement, in comparison to 36% of men

Tate suspends contact with donor over sexual harassment claims
Art dealer Anthony d’Offay, praised for ‘one of most generous gifts’ ever to UK galleries, denies inappropriate behaviour

British Vogue pulls plug on star photographers over sex abuse claims
Condé Nast magazine stops employing Mario Testino and Bruce Weber for foreseeable future following allegations of sexual exploitation of male models

BME people severely underrepresented in top English arts bodies
Arts Council England figures also show disabled people make up only 4% of staff at major organisations

Pay inequality among men driven by part-time work
​Men on lower wages are working fewer hours, while higher-paid men are working more

‘White-led charities can represent all that is oppressive in society’
A chief executive of an organisation which aims to reduce violence had said that “white-led charity and voluntary organisations need to also understand they can represent all that is oppressive within our society, whether they mean to or not”.

Jacinda Ardern: New Zealand prime minister announces first pregnancy
Labour PM says deputy Winston Peters will take over for six weeks when baby is born in June

Male BBC presenters are vain and greedy, says Libby Purves
Radio 4 presenter calls on director general to do more to tackle inequality in newsroom pay


Virginie Morgon: how I took Eurazeo global
She led the French private equity group’s most ambitious move. Soon she will be its CEO

Carolyn McCall takes up post as first female chief executive of ITV
Dame Carolyn McCall becomes the first female chief executive of ITV. In doing so, she will also become the only woman currently serving as a chief executive to have held that position at two FTSE 100 companies. She recently left easyJet after seven successful years at the controls of the low-cost carrier.

‘I began my career as a single mum’: female QCs changing the face of law
Just 32 women are among this year’s 119 new QCs, but they hope their success will inspire others