Focus: The globalization of the #MeToo Movement
Berkeley Law School
May 13-15, 2019
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Sexual harassment is a global problem. It is increasingly affecting the well-being of employees and employers worldwide.
How do we use the tools of comparative law to address the problem of sexual harassment? In May 2019, legal scholars, practitioner-experts and business professionals from Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America, will gather at Berkeley Law to explore approaches and solutions with California lawyers, managers, and HR professionals.
It’s been over a year since revelations of widespread sexual harassment by powerful men in journalism, entertainment, politics, and law — and the #MeToo hashtag — rocked the world, as women shared their common experiences of sexual harassment. This conference will examine the systemic issues that permit harassment and explore proposed creative solutions developed across the globe.
Women across the globe were tweeting #MeToo—it’s time for solutions.
Who Should Apply
Business and organizational leaders and attorneys who want to learn how sexual harassment may be impacting their organizations and the latest strategies for creating a safe and inclusive work environment. For attorneys, this course will be approved for at least 6 hours of California MCLE credit, which will include 1 hour of elimination of bias credit
New this year, we are introducing an Early Bird Rate starting February 1st, 2019 for $375, ending on March 1st, 2019.
The regular program fee is $450 per person ($375 for UC Berkeley alumni). Recent graduates and persons working with non-profits may request a partial reduction.
The fees cover all tuition, course materials, and meals during the event. Travel and accommodation are not included.