Gender based violence
Make yourself heard. The power is yours.
Developed for the Amadora City Council, this was a gender based violence campaign, trying to show victims that it was in their power to denounce this type of behaviour.
Gender-based violence affects employees physical and mental health and well-being, leading to stress, anxiety, loss of self-esteem and motivation. Often women are forced to leave their jobs. It contributes to the gender pay gap and seriously affects women’s opportunities for advancement and career progression.
Companies can comprehensively tackle violence and harassment at work:
1.Prevent violence and harassment by identifying potential risks.
2.Commit to gender equality and diversity across the workplace.
3.Protect employees with supportive policies and procedures.
4.Collaborate and campaign beyond the immediate workplace.
5.Be accountable and monitor action.