Then, in December 2017, #metoo transitioned from media furore to practical, community driven solutions in Hong Kong, through the first “#metoo. Now What?” workshop. This workshop gathered women and through community, formed the tools needed to identify, respond and end sexual harassment.
In 2017 the world began to act on a hashtag that normalised advocacy against sexual harassment and abuse.
Real time, HK data.
Identify - A short panel to clarify what harassment is.
Respond - Attendees will be split into small groups to share stories, problem solve and provide solutions, providing care to ourselves and one other.
End - Share learnings to create safe spaces and articulating strategies that end sexual harassment in a realistic and sustainable manner.
Two-hour #metoo workshop.
On completion of this workshop, participants should be able to:
> IDENTIFY (define sexual harassment)
> RESPOND (explain how to swiftly respond to / pre-empt sexual harassment)
> END (contributes to awareness-raising and articulate strategies to end sexual harassment)