Safe at Work #2: Training seminar on preventing and combating sexual harassment at work

calendar icon 22 November 2022 — 16 January 2023
calendar icon 10:00 — 19:00
calendar icon Online
Event category: Sexual Harassment

Women On Top, in collaboration with ActionAid, organizes free online training seminars as part of the Safe at Work program, to prevent and combat sexual harassment in the workplace. After the first cycle of seminars, which was addressed to human resources executives/team managers, we are back with the second cycle of trainings, for working/self-employed people.

Our aim is to ensure that all people involved in the labor market have the tools to prevent and combat sexual harassment, manage any problematic behavior and support victims of sexual harassment in their work environment.

The seminar will cover what sexual harassment is and what is not, the context in which it can occur, and the ways in which we can deal with it when we are put in a difficult position. We will talk about how we should behave at work, to foster inclusion and respect, and how we can set our own boundaries, while sharing small but important rules of conduct that will help us not to violate, even inadvertently, the limits of our partners. Finally, we will dispel myths that need to be revised if we want to make a meaningful contribution to addressing the phenomenon of sexual harassment at work.

Participation is free and the call is addressed to working/self-employed people.
Facilitators: Pinelopi Theodorakakou & Stella Kasdagli

22/11 @ 10-12


23/11 @ 10-12


23/11 @ 12-2 


28/11 @ 10-12


30/11 @ 5-7


5/12 @ 11-1 


5/12 @ 5-7


11/1 @ 10-12


11/1 @ 5-7


16/1 @ 5-7

The “Safe at Work” project is implemented within the framework of the Active citizens fund program, with ActionAid as the implementing body and the Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences Research Committee, Women On Top, the Human Resources Management Association of Greece and DATAWO as partners.

The Active citizens fund program, amounting to €13.5 million, is financed by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway and is part of the financial mechanism of the European Economic Area (EEA) for the period 2014 – 2021, known as EEA Grants. The program aims to strengthen and strengthen the sustainability of civil society and to highlight its role in promoting democratic processes, strengthening citizens’ participation in society and defending human rights. The management of the grant of the Active citizens fund program for Greece has been undertaken jointly by the Bodosaki Foundation and Solidarity Now. Read more here: www.activecitizensfund.gr