The Zer0Now Campaign™ supports victims of sexual violence and sexual harassment by fostering a culture of compassion and trauma-informed care, and by combating the cycle of fear, silence and institutional betrayal that inflicts so much avoidable harm on victims coming forward.
By supporting victims with respect and compassion, by sharing the experiences of others, by advocating for change and by creating healing initiatives that can help survivors rebuild their lives, we’re proud to be making a transformative difference in the lives of those who most need it.
Who do we admire most in this #MeToo era? The often unsung, but truly heroic, women from every field who are standing up against sexual violence and institutional betrayal — in the courts, the military, law enforcement, the campuses and in the everyday workplace. They put their health, and even their lives, at risk in doing so. Tragically, some who have come forward never lived to see the healing outcome they desperately sought because in doing so they experienced re-traumatization that became unbearable. Most never had the equivalent of a TimesUp version of a legal support team with deep legal pockets to see them through their ordeals. We all need to make everyone more aware of the price victims have to pay, and change the culture that allows sexual violence and its devastating aftermath that to happen.
3 Musts for Victim Survival
Sexual violence, including aggressive forms of sexual harassment, can be among the most devastating events you will ever experience. Moving from being a victim to becoming a survivor can be a difficult journey. How you manage that transition is key to your health and well-being.
That’s why we’ve put the learning experiences of countless survivors, as well as evidence-based recommendations, into a concise primer that will help you make a more informed decision.
The decision is always yours. But knowing your rights and risks can be empowering.
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Kathleen Finlay’s op-ed in The Hill Times newspaper on how the Canadian Senate is betraying victims of sexual misconduct, and why all MPs and Senators should face mandatory trauma-informed train...
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A Few Quick Facts
Most cases of sexual harassment and sexual assault are never reported.
An association of HR professionals calls sexual harassment an epidemic.
Three-in-four sexual harassment claims with the EEOC are said to involve retaliation.
One-third of Canadian women say they have been sexually harassed at work.
Nearly half of working women in the U.S. say they have experienced sexual harassment.
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ZERONOW™ SPOTLIGHT INVESTIGATIONS
Looking at how leaders and organizations actually respond to #MeToo issues.