Independent review of the New Zealand Defence Force’s progress against its Action Plan for Operation Respect
In 2016, the Chief of Defence Force at the time launched the Operation Respect programme in order to eliminate harmful behaviour in the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF). This document provides an independent analysis of this programme.
Good Practice Note: Preventing and responding to sexual assault and sexual harassment in the Australian higher education sector
This publication is intended to support higher education providers to better understand, prevent, identify and respond to sexual assault and sexual harassment.
Sexual extortion or “sextortion” occurs when those entrusted with power use it to sexually exploit those dependent on that power. This report assesses the state of knowledge about the links between corruption and sextortion. It presents evidence on the prevalence of sextortion and the existing...
This report seeks to understand how to change the sexist, bullying culture often experienced by many female lawyers working in the New Zealand legal profession.
In this inquiry report. the Australian Human Rights Commission proposes a new approach for government, employers and the community, to better prevent and respond to sexual harassment in the workplace and provide leadership and innovation in addressing this complex and difficult issue.
This resource has been developed to help organisations introduce bystander initiatives as part of their work to reduce sexist and sexually harassing behaviours.
This audit examines whether the Victorian public service provides workplaces that are free from sexual harassment. The Victorian Auditor-General looked at whether all eight departments effectively prevent, report and respond to sexual harassment.
Everyone’s business: survey on sexual harassment of members of the Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees’ Association
The data contained in this report captures what SDA members’ have said about their experiences of sexual harassment both in the workplace and, more broadly, in their lifetime. It should be noted that the 2019 survey results reflect people’s experiences of sexual harassment as reported...
Literature scan of international best practice about preventing and responding to workplace sexual harassment
The Ministry for Women (NZ) is contributing to cross-agency work on preventing and responding to sexual harassment in the workplace. The ministry commissioned this literature scan to inform that work.
This research focuses on perpetrators of image-based abuse and front-line workers who engage with perpetrators on a professional basis. The research is based on detailed interviews and provides unique insights into the attitudes, circumstances and motivations of image-based abuse perpetration and the visibility of this...