Harrassment: Zero Tolerance and Vigilance in Our Institutions

/Harrassment: Zero Tolerance and Vigilance in Our Institutions

Harrassment: Zero Tolerance and Vigilance in Our Institutions

European Parliament : Zero tolerance

In the context of the numerous reactions which followed the Weinstein case,  President Tajani vigorously condemned sexual harassment  and took stock of the measures already in place in the European Parliament to counter such practices, against which he undertook to observe zero tolerance.

In his response, he highlighted the broader phenomenon of psychological harassment, which affects women and men indiscriminately, with consequences ranging from work-related discomfort to inability to work, or even suicide.

Link to (video) statement by President Tajani (EN)

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Union Syndicale Brussels CommissionDraining the sources of harassment

This issue is one of the priorities in the election program of US Brussels at the Commission.

The two keywords for USB Bruxelles are : vigilance and anticipation. It is important to set in motion the work necessary to raise awareness of  invisible costs of this plague. In particular in times of crisis, this is a priority for a harmonious working environment.

Link to our PRIORITIES  (#7)