Thursday, November 28, 2013

16 Days 16 Tweets: Day 4, Workplace Sexual Harassment

28 Nov The ILO sees sexual harassment as a form of discrimination at work.

Issues predate the spotlight of headlines; so it has been with workplace sexual harassment: #nosgbv

The journey towards the equal right of Indian women to a safe workplace began with Bhanwari Devi. #nosgbv

Expert paper by Naina Kapur on sexual harassment and law reform: #nosgbv

While there is a new law, the Vishaka guidelines remain useful as we respond to workplace sexual harassment; #nosgbv

Summary of Vishaka guidelines (useful definitions and explanations). Also see: #nosgbv

What is the new law on sexual harassment of women in the workplace? #nosgbv

Data on workplace sexual harassment is hard to come by, and reports rarely enter the public domain. #nosgbv

28% of women surveyed said they experienced harassment on the job; almost half, did so in their first year. #nosgbv

Young men and women perceive workplace sexual harassment differently.

What to do if you experience sexual harassment at your workplace: #nosgbv

More do's and don'ts. “Don’t use the words “please don’t”. Harassers will only hear the “please”.” #nosgbv

Do’s and don’t’s for sexual harassment committees by Hengasara Hakkina Sangha:

Lack of equality for and full integration of women into workplaces allows sexual harassment to take place. #nosgbv

A website devoted to workplace sexual harassment awareness. Universal relevance! #nosgbv

Train, respond, avoid: how to prevent workplace sexual harassment. #nosgbv

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