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Come along to our Feminist Action Session to help the Working Women’s Centre develop practical tools that can be used in workplaces.
1 in 3 Australians have experienced sexual harassment at work, yet only 18% of victims report their experience (according to the Respect@Work Report 2020).
The Working Women’s Centre SA has recently completed research that found that workplace posters are effective and engaging tools to highlight inappropriate behaviour and connect victims with support avenues. In the upcoming Feminist Action session, we will discuss ways in which we can combat sexual harassment in our workplaces and communities and support victims of sexual harassment. We’ll also share ideas for a meaningful poster for South Australian workplaces.
In this session you will have the opportunity to share your ideas and discuss the topic with like-minded individuals.
CONTENT NOTE: This event will involve a discussion of workplace sexual violence.
29 Jul 2021
The Working Women’s Centre SA, Level 1 Station Arcade, 52 Hindley Street
We acknowledge that this event is on Kaurna land and we pay our respect to the traditional custodians of the land, past and present . Sovereignty was never ceded.
The Working Women’s Centre in collaboration with Fair Go SA, will co-host an educational workshop on worker’s rights and the Fair Work Act.
This will be followed by a confidential (one to one) advice clinic for any workers who need free industrial advice about work.
Our workshop will cover topics including:
At the Confidential Industrial Advice Clinic you can:
23 Jul 2021
2pm – 5pm
69 Grote Street, Adelaide SA
If you cannot register for this event via the We Chat QR code, please email to register: email@example.com
Accessibility: Please note that this venue is not wheelchair accessible, there are volunteers who can assist with accessing the venue if required, but only upon request.
We acknowledge that this event is on Kaurna land and we pay our respect to the traditional custodians of the land, past and present. Sovereignty was never ceded.