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Over the past year, sparked by high profile cases of sexual harassment against
powerful men, and sustained by the power of #MeToo and TIME’S UP, a national
clarion call has been sounded. It is a call for change that seeks to transform
power dynamics and create a safe climate of respect for women. Women
from various sectors are seizing upon renewed awareness as an opportunity to
engage their sectors — business, the sciences, academia, medicine, journalism,
the entertainment industry, the military, and the philanthropic and non-profit
world —to look more closely at their own workplace culture and practices to
create safe, inclusive, and respectful environments wherever women live, learn,
and work.

What are the most effective measures to stop sexual harassment in the workplace and in society? How can changemakers in various sectors learn from each other to identify shared priorities, pressure points, and leverage opportunities, and expand the use of best practices and resources? The Aspen Forum for Women and Girls gathered leaders from these sectors for a roundtable, Sustaining the Movement:
Changing the Culture on October 31, 2018 to connect and share their insights, strategies, innovations, and ideas. These leaders share a commitment to empower women across race, generation, and sector, to create more effective accountability structures, especially for the next generation of women so that
they can live free from sexual harassment. Read our report here.