Gender Five Plus / ASTRAPI Webinar

“Preventing and managing sexual harassment behaviours at work: Proposals for a transformative approach”:

Findings from the ASTRAPI Project



The webinar will present and discuss the findings and reccomendations of the Toolkit on ending sexual harassment in the world of work developed in the context of the EU-cofunded projectASTRAPI[1] which has developed innovative strategies, tools for prevention, early detection and intervention methodologies to handle sexual harassment incidents at the workplace.


EU and international institutions, academic and HR experts, social partners and practitioners will exchange on the practical tools identified in the toolkit and how to raise awareness, inspire action and new ideas to prevent and effectively handle incidents of sexual harassment in the world of work.


The webinar will be held in English and it will be accessible using the following Zoom link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89349048103?pwd=MU1acEQrd0ZzV0M2d1dyUUVTSXF2dz09


Draft Agenda


20th of June 2022 from 15:00 to 17:30 (CET Time)


15h00

Welcome and Introduction

· Agnès Hubert, G5+


15h10 - 15h30

Innovative Work-Place Strategies To Address Sexual Harassment

· Dr. Jane Pillinger, Senior expert


Questions & Answers


15h30 – 16h15

Panel 1– Input from EU institutions & international organizations

Moderator: Barbara Helfferich, G5+

· ILO -Chidi KING

· ETUC – Juliane BIR


Questions & Answers



16h15 – 16h30

Break



16h30 – 17h15

Panel 2 – Input from practitioners

Moderator: Mary Collins, G5+

· Amel Djemail, Equal Opportunities Director, UNI-Europa

· Anne Gaspard, Equinet Director (tbc)


Questions & Answers




17.15 – 17.30

Closing remarks

· Barbara Helfferich, G5+



[1]ASTRAPI Project partners include: Cyprus Academy of Public Administration (CAPA); HYPATIA Foundation Promoting Equality; FIU-Ligestilling/Dansk Metal, Open Education Centre Foundation; European University Cyprus; Panteion University of Social and Political Science; Genderfiveplus, Community of Research on Excellence for All (CREA) and associated partner: Gender Equality Committee in Employment and Vocational Training.

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