This publication aims to support efforts towards ending sexual harassment including by employers, workers, advocates, university leaders, academics, NGOs, students, policy makers, trade unions and staff associations and politicians. It draws on global experiences and knowledge to offer guidance, practical advice and support to those who are invested in lasting and deep change, in line with the obligations and promises of equality and non-discrimination in international
normative standards. The proposals and suggestions here are intended to energise, and make effective, the transformation demanded by women. That change will see a shift from the normalisation of sexual harassment as an inevitable fact of life to its consignment to history and the real accountability of perpetrators.