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Uber tackles sex assault problem by pledging $5m to training

SeattlePI.com Monday, 6 November 2017 ()
DETROIT (AP) — Uber is pledging $5 million over the next five years to seven organizations that work to prevent sexual assaults, a move aimed at helping the ride-hailing service combat its own problems as well as society as a whole. The world's largest ride-hailing company says the money will help the organizations fund their own programs as well train 150 of Uber's customer service agents as part of a new team to deal with sexual assault reports, including how to interview people reporting improper conduct.
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News video: Uber Makes Big Donation to Help Prevent Sexual Assault

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On Monday morning, Uber announced it will donate $5 million in an effort to prevent sexual assault and domestic violence. According to the ride-sharing app, the pledge will go towards prevention initiative programs, education options about sexual and domestic violence for drivers and riders, and...

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