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Live Reporting

By Sarah Buckley and Kelly-Leigh Cooper

All times stated are UK

  1. Go #teamgo!

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    It's the last day of the 100 Women sexual harassment challenge!

    After a week of hearing personal accounts from victims, and brainstorming, designing and engineering possible solutions, #teamgo will be unveilling their ideas at their special #UnmuteTheCommute bus in Covent Garden, London.

    #teamgo is made up of: (from left to right) Anne-Marie Imafidon, Laura Jordan Bambach, Hanne Bingle, Liz Kelly and Ellie Cosgrave.

  2. What will their solution be...?

    #teamgo will reveal their great ideas for helping to end public transport harassment on Friday afternoon.

    This bus has arrived in Covent Garden...

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  3. #teamgo get 'hands on'

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    Members of #teamgo have begun making fake hands as part of Friday's big reveal.

    We don't know exactly what they're planning with them but we do know they want to help people understand the impact of sexual harassment on public transport.

  4. Bollywood star speaks out on equality

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    Award winning actor Farhan Akhtar, who is also a UN Women goodwill ambassador, spoke to the BBC about the importance of creating equality at home among the family as a way of helping children form healthy views of women.

  5. What do you do if you witness harassment?

    Hollaback London, who are advising #teamgo, run workshops for bystanders on what to do if you see harassment happening in front of you.

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  6. Are special buses a good idea?

    As #teamgo work on their own ideas for improving public transport for women, we look at the effect of special pink buses designed for women in Turkey. What do you think? Follow their progress on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2hNHABl and tweet @BBC100women

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    Video caption: 100 Women: The pink bus designed to protect women from harassment
  7. A break from all the thinking...

    Katie Finnegan from Hollaback London, a global network which aims to end street harassment, takes a break from helping our team of experts.

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  8. Teaching men not to harass

    Classes in Nairobi aim to teach boys and young men what it feels like to be harassed on public transport and how to intervene if they spot it happening.

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    Video caption: 100 Women: Teaching men not to harass women on public transport
  9. Do women-only carriages work?

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    Some politicians - including Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn - have proposed separate carriages for women could be the solution to harassment on public transport.

    They have been trialled in many countries, from Mexico to Japan to India, in various forms on buses, trains and taxis. But is there any evidence they make women's lives safer?

    Find out more with Reality Check.

  10. Shamed for their lifestyle

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    Pakistan is a country of stark contrasts, and when it comes to the treatment of women, they are even clearer, writes the BBC's Shumaila Jaffery.

  11. Thank you for listening to our launch!

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    We have finished our live debate for our #teamgo launch on the BBC World Service's Outside Source programme.

    But we will have more stories of harassment around the world, and updates to their progress throughout the week, here and on our 100 Women Facebook and Twitter.

    Continue the debate using the hashtag #100Women this week, and listen on Friday to find out what solutions our #teamgo panelists have come up with.

  12. A new bus design?

    Charlotte Macken says it is great that #teamgo have a bus "to tinker with" this week, because she herself experienced harassment on a bus. Exhausted from writing her dissertation all night, she fell asleep and woke up to find a man touching her.

    She said something more may have happened, had the bus driver not stopped the bus and told the perpetrator to stop over the loudspeaker.

    She says she's intrigued to find out what the team come up with during the week.

  13. Our TfL driver panelist 'had no training'

    Hanne Bingle from #teamgo, who used to be a TfL tube driver, said she was unprepared to deal with any complaints of harassment.

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  14. 12,000 cameras on London's tubes

    Val Shawcross, London's deputy mayor for transport, says harassment is taken "extremely seriously" by her department, as the public transport network is crucial to jobs, work and entertainment.

    "We have to fight every day to make this safe," she says, adding that there are 12,000 cameras across the London tube network

    "We will make sure we will track those people... we do believe you... unwanted touching is criminal."

    She makes a commitment to take ideas from #teamgo efforts.

    "Good ideas that come forward, we want to take it them forward," she says.

  15. How to raise the alarm?

    Members of our audience point out that in some packed conditions of the tube, it can be physically difficult to raise the alarm if someone is touching you inappropriately.

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    Would using an emergency stop button be a solution to this? It's one for #teamgo to ponder when thinking of their solutions this week.

  16. The man who intervened

    Also in the audience are Kaitlyn Regehr, who experienced harassment on the London Underground, and Firat Ozcelik, who intervened.

    Firat told the harasser: "This person could be your sister, she could be your mother" and therefore humanised the event, Kaitlyn explains.

    She says that when she shared the experience on social media, there were very gendered reactions.

    "Men thought it was a really sad story that I was harassed and women thought it was a really beautiful story that I was helped."

  17. #MeToo

    Since Sunday people have been tweeting #MeToo to share their experiences of sexual harassment and abuse, amid allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

    A number of high-profile figures have joined in - the hundreds of thousands of mentions show the scale of the issue for women around the world.

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    This week BBC's 100 Women is taking on sexual harassment on public transport in London - send us your ideas for solutions #100Women

    Read more on #MeToo