Respect is
everyone’s
business

Addressing sexual
harassment is
everyone’s responsibility

Everyone deserves
to be in a safe and
inclusive workplace

1 in 3 people
have experienced sexual
harassment at work

Of those who witnessed it,
only one third took action

We need to mobilise
and take action

Use your influence to
drive tangible change

It’s time to end
sexual harassment
in the workplace

Respect is
everyone’s business

Addressing sexual
harassment is
everyone’s responsibility

Everyone deserves
to be in a safe and
inclusive workplace

1 in 3 people
have experienced sexual
harassment at work

Of those who witnessed it,
only one third took action

We need to mobilise
and take action

Use your influence to
drive tangible change

It’s time to end
sexual harassment
in the workplace

It’s time to mobilise to end sexual harassment in the workplace.

As CEW members and CEW Connect community members, we have incredible influence and reach. Let’s combine our collective power to eradicate sexual harassment.

We need to ensure the elimination of sexual harassment is firmly planted on the board's and executive's agenda and that it remains in sharp focus.

To help, CEW has developed resources to initiate critical conversations at work. These tools are designed to navigate potential resistance, model suggested phrasing and offer examples of reporting frameworks. This is not a turn key solution but a start for you to build on.

We've offered a range of resources for various stages of the journey – so you can access what you need when it's most relevant to you.

Impactful change requires a collection of voices.

Together we can end sexual harassment and build equality across our workforces.

“With the help of these practical materials from CEW, every board and leadership group can now have effective conversations about preventing and better responding to sexual harassment. Now leaders just need the courage to have these urgent and difficult conversations, to match the courage shown by so many survivors of sexual harassment who deserve change.”

Kate Jenkins, Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission, CEW Member

CEW national survey

Every year, we will conduct a national survey of CEW members to track our progress on eliminating sexual harassment in the workplace.