No country has been spared by the Me Too Movement. The Me Too Movement has been described as a “social movement against sexual abuse and sexual harassment where people publicize allegations of sex crimes”
Sexual harassment is a violation of a person’s human rights and is a form of discrimination against women. It can have the effect of denying a woman of her fundamental rights, including:
the right to equal opportunities at work and in other areas of public activity,
the right to freedom of movement,
the right to live in dignity,
and the right to health.
The more people who are aware of the standards expected of them at work and in public life, the less likely bullying, harassment or sexist behaviour occur.
“Sexual Harassment” “Violence Against Women” – ugly words but a reality for one in three women globally. The #MeToo movement has shown people around the world how widespread sexual harassment, sexism and misconduct really are.
During this 5 week– training “Sexual harassment and gender discrimination” we will talk frankly about men/women and sexual harassment, cancel culture and most important of all
what we can do to prevent and address sexual harassment. Join our training with an open mind to learn together how you as an individual can act at home, the workplace and on the streets to eliminate Violence against Women (VAW).