From #MeToo to Time’s Up, courageous survivors and allies are raising their voices with a call to end sexual harassment and assault in the workplace. It’s time for change.
This extraordinary moment calls not just for understanding and support for survivors, but for collaboration, accountability and active commitments to push progress forward, and prevent sexual violence before it happens.
Employers, philanthropists, associations, advocates, journalists, and more are invited to make public their commitment to ending sexual harassment and assault in the workplace.
Our public wall of commitments went live at the May 8, 2018, Solutions Summit, and will remain active through 2020 when the Summit will be reconvened to track progress and learnings. This is a way to publicly demonstrate leadership in this watershed moment.
Please consult our Q&A to learn more.
Questions? Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
(as of April 26, 2018)
Summary of Pledge
The National Partnership for Women & Families is committed to developing and advancing policy solutions to prevent and address workplace sexual harassment, including specific solutions for the most vulnerable and undervalued workers, many of whom are not protected by current federal law. We will promote improvements in federal policy, and support state and local advocates and activists. We will educate employers and encourage them to adopt best practices. We commit to producing educational resources for workers and policy analysis about how sexual harassment is connected to and compounded by other barriers and forms of discrimination women face in the workplace.
Estimated number of people these changes could positively affect
Describe any support you need to realize this commitment
We look forward to working with other advocates, funders and employers in fulfilling this commitment.