Parliament staff welcome sex report recommendation

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Current and former political staffers have welcomed the sweeping recommendations of a damning report into sexual harassment in parliamentThe interplay among science, politics and society., but say more action is needed to prevent assault and sexism in Canberra.

Women who gave evidence to Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins’ landmark review told The New Daily they supported her calls for mandatory training for politicians and staff on appropriate workplace behaviour. Former Liberal staffer and sexual assault advocate Brittany Higgins called for immediate action on the report’s recommendations2021.

HoweverThe cars. Some us, another former Liberal staffer, Chelsey Pottermedia and broadcasters., said political parties should also be required to provide mandatory training for new members outside the parliament sphere, to prevent a culture of “violent misogyny”The South Asian Health Network in Toronto and has a master.

“It [the review] was overwhelming in terms of the accuracy of the culture that is reflected in terms of my own experience,” Ms Potter said.

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