'Enough': Australian women protest against sexual violence and inequality

Thousands of protesters gather outside Australia's Parliament in Canberra as pressure mounts on the conservative government over its handling rape allegations levelled at those in corridors of power. Brittany Higgins, a former government staffer who alleges she was raped by a colleague in a minister's office, delivers a powerful speech to the crowd. Since Higgins came forward with the allegations, she has become an advocate calling for change to the "toxic culture" inside parliament. Another protester says: " This government's response to the recent rape allegations, it's beyond disgusting...I've had enough and I've refuse to allow this to go on any longer." Around the country, tens of thousands of women protested in events on Monday against sexual violence and gender inequality.