#YouToo? Sexual harassment and gender inequality after #MeToo

Topics Gender
Glove on a stick symbolising putting had up to be included.

The Australian Human Rights Commission’s (AHRC) independent inquiry into workplace sexual harassment, led by Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins, is a world first.

It has the potential to take the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements from hashtags to HR gospel. 

In this episode, Commissioner Jenkins goes on the record alongside Australia’s other leading voice on the issue – journalist and advocate Tracey Spicer.

Neither woman pulls punches when discussing how we can finally end the scourge of sexual harassment – and rebuild the structures that have supported it.

Researched and hosted by: Andrew Maxwell and Lisa Annese. Produced and written by: Andrea Rivera. Executive Produced by: Lisa Annese. Contributions from: Catherine PettersonSpecial thanks to Audiocraft.

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Some things to follow up on   

DCA’s She’s Price(d)less report on the gender pay gap 

DCA’s Engaging Men on Gender Equality report

DCA’s research on inclusive leadership

DCA’s Gender Equality Network events

AHRC National Inquiry into Sexual Harassment in Australian Workplaces

AHRC 4th national survey on sexual harassment in Australian workplaces: Everybody's Business

NOW Australia the non-profit, non-partisan organisation for people who have been sexually harassed, assaulted or intimidated at work

DCA’s WordsAtWork report. Members log in to access gender-specific guidelines  

AHRC resources on sexual harassment and reporting procedure

DCA is producing a submission to the newly announced AHRC Inquiry into Sexual Harassment in the workplace. Check the website for updates. 

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