This pre-conference workshop will discuss sexual misconduct problems focusing specifically on types of issues regulators might encounter and possible courses of action. Registrant substitutions are welcome. Cancellations must be received in writing by August 10, to receive a full refund.
After watching the film, engage in a thought-provoking discussion with the filmmaker to enhance further both the analytic and interpersonal skills necessary to comprehend and prevent violence. Respect Me: A Conversation about Preventing Violence Topics: Sexual violence, relationship violence, violation, discrimination, sexual harassment, victim dynamics, responding to victims, social stigma, language use One of the most challenging aspects of violence prevention is helping people develop the skills necessary to have open dialogues about its causes and consequences. For people to have these conversations, they must be able to openly question and articulate the absence of respect that is present in all violence.
It was decreed that these Supreme Court SC Directives commonly known as the Vishaka Guidelines would have the effect of the law, till a specific legislation to address sexual harassment is enacted. The SC has directed that all employers, whether public or private, strictly observe its directions in all workplaces. While the Vishaka Guidelines are expected to be replaced by the Protection of Women Against Sexual Harassment at the Workplace Bill sometime in the early parliamentary session inboth these institutional mechanisms for the prevention and protection of women from sexual harassment at the workplace have been retained in the Bill with more or less identical mandates and roles.
There are two options for misconduct prevention training. It is at the discretion of the rector or proxy which training is required, even for those receiving training for the first time. Rectors and those coordinating misconduct prevention in their parishes should take note of Misconduct Prevention Updates, below. There is no longer a diocesan recommendation that those being trained for the first time receive in-person training.
This half day workshop gives guidelines on how to deal with sexual harassment and gender ethics within the workplace, the causes, consequences to individual and company, the potential resolutions and cures. Sexual Harassment law suits are costly and organisations that have regular awareness training are less likely to be in a position of having to defend their actions and decisions. The definition and description of harassment What does the law say?
This workshop will discuss sexual misconduct problems focusing specifically on types of issues regulators might encounter and possible courses of action. The preferred rate will be available until November 18, Please use the link below to make your reservations.
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The United Church will not tolerate, and will seek to eradicate, any behaviour by its members, lay and order of ministry, adherents, or employees that constitutes sexual abuse or child abuse. The United Church is committed to providing a safe environment for worship, work, and study in all pastoral charges, congregations, institutions, agencies, organizations, or other bodies that operate under its name. Complaints of sexual abuse will be taken seriously and will be dealt with in a spirit of compassion and justice.
The session was conducted by Ms. Samriti Makkar Midha, Psychologist and Ms. Sana Hakim, Advocate. The session covered aspects related to hearing and addressing complaints regarding sexual harassment and spreading awareness about gender-related issues and functioning of the Internal Complaints Committee.