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 WE ARE ALL ACCOUNTABLE

DECEMBER 5TH & 6TH.

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CASE STUDY ONE: The Entertainment Industry. Sexual misconduct in our workspace. Overhauling outdated laws, culture and policy. In partnership with The Globe and Mail.

We care about one thing:  putting bright minds in one room, exposing holes in culture, policy and legislation that have failed to protect men and women from sexual misconduct in our workspace.

Through multi-faceted  round table discussions, we will explore issues like: What has gone so wrong within our industry where sexual predators were protected? How do we identify the real cost of sexual abuse and harassment to both survivors and the industry? What laws, legislation and procedures need to be dismantled, changed, or created? How do we empower survivors? What are the ethical and legal obligations of those who know? What are actionable solutions involving law, policy and procedure that will protect survivors, punish perpetrators and bring about lasting systemic change?

The roundtables will be live streamed on Facebook. Each round table will be released as an episode online, for free, in consecutive weeks.

→STEP 1: DECEMBER 5TH.

Roundtable discussions will examine sexual misconduct from multifaceted viewpoints. Each table will  create  proposals for actionable solutions.The roundtable will  consist of a variety of occupations, including actors, directors, producers, casting directors, writers, agents, unions, civil and criminal lawyers, trauma experts, economists, organizational change experts and legislators. This will be filmed and made available, for free, to all of you.

→STEP 2: DECEMBER 6TH.

The Globe and Mail will host a Town Hall that will be opened up to the public, on a first come, first served basis. Registration for the event will be required.  Findings from the roundtable discussions will be presented, discussed and questions will be turned over to the floor.

→STEP THREE

A report will be released to the public, with a series of recommendations to improve culture, legislation and policy.

ATTEND THE TOWN HALL

Sign up HERE if you wish to attend the town hall meeting.

WHAT DO YOU WANT TO SAY

WE WANT TO

HEAR FROM YOU.

What questions do you want to ask at these roundtable discussions? Every voice from our workforce needs to be heard.

ABOUT US

CREATED BY

Aisling Chin-Yee & Mia Kirshner

FOUNDING ORGANIZERS

  • Coral Aiken
  • Meagan Allison-Hancock
  • Liane Balaban
  • Hannah Cheesman
  • Gillian Ferrier
  • Jennifer Gibson
  • Jeananne Goossen
  • Andrea Grau
  • Jennifer Mathers-McHenry
  • Vanessa Matsui
  • Allia McLeod
  • Chi Nguyen
  • Freya Ravensbergen
  • Lindsay Somers
  • Nicole St. Martin
  • Joanna Swan
  • Elizabeth Whitmere
  • Jocelyne Zucco

PRODUCED BY

Aisling Chin-Yee, Freya Ravensbergen, Allia McLeod and Mia Kirshner, in partnership with Fluent Films.

WITH SUPPORT FROM

  • Composer: Olivier Alary
  • Editor: Annie Hunting
  • Branding: Alex D. Zimmerman
  • Technical Producer: Benjamin Rouse
  • Process Design / Co-authors: Parker P. Consulting
  • Gust Creative
  • Lerners Lawyers
  • Teplitsky, Colson LLP
  • Liz Whitmere
  • Elaine Newman, Mediator and Arbitrator
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THE REPORT

As a result of these tables, we will be releasing sharing the recommendations from each round table group. Sign up to receive updates.

EPISODES

More coming soon.