There has been a big campaign at the University of Geneva: (shocking) reports have been written, this issue has been discussed inside representative instances at the University, media have reported cases, a guide has been published (and silver letters have been printed!), flyers have been sticked everywhere on the university’s walls, but well... The problem is still there!
Here more info concerning the University of Geneva, if some of you are interested (the campaign started in 2017): ►https://seenthis.net/messages/644817
Other campaigns and info about this topic in France :
#MeTooPhD reveals shocking examples of academic sexism | Keiran Hardy | Opinion | The Guardian
Thousands of women have used #MeToo to share their stories of sexual harassment and assault. The power of it is not only in the high-profile cases, in bringing down the Harvey Weinsteins and Kevin Spaceys of the world. Its power also lies in uncovering sexism of a more subtle, everyday nature, which provides the foundation on which high-profile cases are built.
And it’s not just a problem on Hollywood movie sets or Australian TV shows.
Me Too founder Tarana Burke: ‘You have to use your privilege to serve other people’
#MeTooPhD is a hashtag for university staff and students to share their experiences of sexual harassment and assault.