In the wake of Weinstein, Nassar, #MeToo and much more, society is scrutinising sexual harassment in the workplace like never before. Whereas slow erosions on inequalities are often the norm, this movement gained much momentum suddenly and demanded a sea-change.
What we wants to know is: how did we find ourselves here? How can this fervour be sustained? And what can be done to crystalise this zero tolerance into something that works for workers, but also attains the buy-in of business?
Joining us to discuss these issues and more will be Noeline Blackwell (Chief Executive of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre), Ellen Coyne (senior Ireland journalist with The Times Ireland Edition), Simone George (consultant litigator and advocate) and Caroline McCamley (business consultant and executive director of Ampersand)
The details: A Culture of Sexual Harassment: From #MeToo to What Now? takes place at The Liquor Rooms, Wellington Quay, Dublin 2 on Wednesday March 28. Doors open at 6pm and we start at 6.30pm. Tickets are available here and all proceeds from the event go to Women’s Aid.