What to do with sexual harassment at work?
Following the training program within the framework of the project "Empowering Women in Conservation" at Cat Ba National Park, on July 29, WildAct held a training session to improve knowledge on gender equality and respond to sexual harassment in the workplace for staff at the Center of Hands-on Actions and Networking for Growth and Environment (CHANGE).
Thirteen employees of CHANGE had the opportunity to meet and share knowledge about the anti-sexual harassment project. Besides, the program also includes lively training activities such as role plays, interactive games integrating communication on women's rights in the working environment as well as listening to Ms. Kieu Nga's sharing- gender experts from CSAGA.
CHANGE officials had the opportunity to directly develop policies to prevent harassment in the workplace. The training session promises to be a first step forward and a good sign from the Center of Hands-on Actions and Networking for Growth and Environment (CHANGE)
The training session was conducted by WildAct and the CSAGA (Center for Research & Applied Science on Gender - Family - Women and Adolescents) with funding from the US Agency for International Development.