Acting against sexual harassment

Online training Acting against sexual harassment in academic and research organisations
  • 7 October 2021
  • 09:30-15:30 cest (Brussels time)
  • Juliette Sanchez-Lambert
  • Ea Høg Utoft
Learning objectives
  • Understanding sexual harassment as an expression of gender violence and power relations
  • Provide examples of prevention policies
  • Importance of embedding sexual harassment policies in institutional structural change
Who is it for?
  • Gender equality officers/focal points/equality and/or diversity officers
  • Human Resources officers
  • Ombudspersons
  • Gender Equality Plan teams
  • Health and safety officers
  • Head of departments/units
Training materials


Template 1_Introduction

Template 2_What is our understanding of sexual harassment?

Template 3_Mapping our policies against sexual harassment

Template 4_How to improve policies to combat sexual harassment at work?

Template 5_How can sexual harassment policies be part of institutional change?



Ea Høg Utoft

Aarhus University, Moderator

Dr. Ea Høg Utoft is a postdoc at the Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy at Aarhus University, Denmark. Her research interests cover gender and diversity interventions in organizations, as well as gender dynamics in academia and in knowledge production. Her work is published in Gender, Work & Organization; Signs - Journal of Women in Culture and Society; Evaluation and Programme Planning (amongst others). Her PhD dissertation is available online through the Politicas PhD series.

Juliette Sanchez-Lambert


Juliette Sanchez-Lambert is a consultant, trainer and facilitator with expertise on gender equality and human rights at large. She supports private and public organisations in setting up harassment prevention procedures and training their staff and users. Juliette is the co-author of It’s Not that Grey, a free practical guide that debunks myths on the so-called “grey zone” of sexual harassment and gives concrete tools to readers to identify and fight sexual harassment in their everyday life.