16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence

Let’s remind ourselves that women are present in our workplaces, and their contribution to the economy and to their family’s incomes and wellbeing is significant. But unfortunately, too many women are sexually harassed in their workplace. Today, let’s talk about it! What does sexual harassment mean? Who is affected? And let’s say it loud and clear: sexual harassment is no jok

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Unfortunately, whether they work in the public or private sector, conduct their own business, or perform activities in the informal sector, many Pacific women have to put up with disrespectful behaviour and an unsafe working environment. We don’t talk much about that in the Pacific. This is a topic that is too often ignored or it is treated lightly and as something unimportant or even funny. However, for the women who are being sexually harassed, this is not a joke; it is humiliating. It generates stress and creates a hostile work environment.

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Not OK: Stop Sexual Harassment!


A video from the Fiji Women’s Rights Movement