#Metoo – vad hände sedan?

04.02.2019 13:00–16:00

Kajsaniemigatan 9, Helsingfors, Finland

Languages: English

Just over a year ago the #metoo movement spread across the world. Women from different industries shared their own experiences of sexual harassment and came together in joint calls for action. And the cultural sector was no exception. The testimonies and the question of sexual harassment gained a lot of attention in the media and created a public debate. The movement stopped the culture of silence and helped in getting the question of sexual harassment on the political agenda. But what happened after that and what did we learn?

There is still a need for a continuous debate and awareness of sexual harassment in the Nordics. Therefore, the Nordic Council of Ministers is carrying out a series of seminars in all the Nordic countries and self-governing regions in order to raise the question, prevent and combat sexual assault and harassment and to share initiatives and best practice.

How did the #metoo movement look in the cultural sector in the Nordics, which similarities and differences can be identified? What actions has been taken to tackle the problem and how can we learn from each other?

Front figure for the seminars is the Swedish author, journalist and TV &Radio host and Producer Alexandra Pascalidou.

Registration:

https://link.webropolsurveys.com/EP/D238507BCD6F4EA6

Program

13.00 Welcoming words: Director Ola Kellgren Nordic Culture Point

Testimony from Norway

13.10 The scope and significance of the #metoo movement: Author, Journalist, TV and Radio Host and Producer Alexandra Pascalidou
Questions from the audience, discussion

Testimony from Iceland

13.45 Sexual Harrassment in the film and theatre industry in Finland Adjunct Professor of Labour and Social Law Jaana Paanetoja

14.05 Comments by: Councellor for Cultural Affairs Laura Mäkälä, Ministry of Education and Culture Media Scholar, Professor of Gender Studies Anu Koivunen
Head of Legal Affairs Lottaliina Pokkinen, Finnish Musicians’ Union
Actor Tobias Zilliacus

14.45 Break with coffe & tea

Testimony from the Faroe Islands

15.00 The impact of #metoo in Norway: Chair Kristine Karåla Øren, Norske Dansekunstnere

Testimony from Denmark

15.20 The Role of Employers, Institutions and Society in Tackling Sexual Harassment: Ombudsman for Equality Jukka Maarianvaara

15.35 Comments to Øren och Maarianvaara: Director of the Gender Equalit Unit Tanja Auvinen, Ministry if Social Affairs and Health, Chair Ylva Perera, the feminist magazine Astra

15.50 Summing up the day Author, journalist Alexandra Pascalidou

Moderator: Gender Equality and Diversity Expert Malin Gustavsson, Ekvalita

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