Our Sexual Harassment Legal Service provides information, advice, and representation to women who have encountered sexual harassment in the workplace, online and in further education.
Sexual harassment is broadly defined as unwanted conduct of a sexual nature. It is predominantly experienced by women and perpetrated by men, which is why we consider it to be a form of gender based violence. Some examples of sexual harassment include:
Our blog explains more about what sexual harassment
There's different ways in which you can engage with our service:
For legal information about a case of sexual harassment, call us on:
Whether you're a survivor or you are supporting a woman who has experienced sexual harassment, you can send us your questions by email to:
We run regular surgeries for women looking to face to face advice about their case.
Please check back later for future surgery dates.
We are able to take on some cases to provide legal advice and representation. To apply for legal representation, click here to fill out our take on form.
We are in the process of developing guides that will explain the legal options available in relation to the various types of sexual harassment.
This project is funded by the Justice and Equality Fund administered by Rosa, which aims to end sexual harassment.