Workplace Sexual Harassment
“The right of workers to be free from sexual harassment is a human right, a workplace right and a safety right.” (Australia’s Sex Discrimination Commissioner)
What we understand about sexual harassment informs what we think, what we notice, what we ask about, and what we do and don’t do. So, building on our understanding is important for informing any social, cultural or systemic change.
We invite you to build on your understanding and responses through these free (donated) resources (booklet and module) below. Please follow the guidance on Using Insight Exchange.
Follow My Lead - Workplace Sexual Harassment
Read and share the free (donated) information and reflection resource: Follow My Lead - Workplace Sexual Harassment.
A person subjected to sexual harassment (whether silent or making an informal or formal report) needs us as responding colleagues and/or managers, to understand and be informed by lived-experience insights of workplace sexual harassment.
Module - Workplace Sexual Harassment
References: References used in the module are listed in the References List
The Australian Human Rights Commission website hosts a range of information, guidance and resources on sexual harassment - www.humanrights.gov.au
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