Zero Tolerance Program Toolkit
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- Toolkit Brochure - Why the Toolkit Was Developed and How to Use It
Planning the Program
- Program Agenda - Sample conference agendas for a 1 1/2 or 2-hour program. Includes format, sequence of presentations, and segment options.
- PowerPoint Slides - Customizable slides with talking points
- Program Materials - PDFs to serve as handouts at the program
- Discussion Scenarios- Includes several descriptions of commonplace instances of sexual harassment, gender-based bullying, and/or bystander apathy.
- Speakers Bureau - Potential speakers and panelists.
Marketing the Program
- Marketing Material- Sample text that can be used to create a marketing flyer.
- Ask yourself these four questions to ensure a successful event.
- Bibliography - Links to articles, reports, and websites that can be referenced for a more in-depth understanding of the issues, to be distributed to speakers in advance of the presentation for background information and to attendees as appropriate.
Additional Resources- Links listed below provide resources for individuals. Select additional resources to access links for employers.
- BetterBrave - A guide for targets of sexual harassment
- Employee’s Guide: Sexually Harassed — What Should I Do Next?
- The Feminist Majority Foundation - List of Hotlines and Resources
- Know Your Rights at Work - Sexual Harassment
- Lean In - Resources for Individuals
- National Center for Transgender Equality - Outlines rights and procedures to address discrimination for transgender employees
- National Sexual Violence Resource Center - Publications regarding anti-sexual violence; Links to national and state anti-sexual violence organizations
- RAINN - Self-care after trauma
- The Sexual Harassment Handbook
- U.S. Department of Education Office of Civil Rights - Sexual Harassment Resources
- U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission - What to do if you have been harassed at work
Please also visit our Grit Project Program Toolkit here.