#TheFutureIsOurs

co-organisers of the ‘#MeToo. Now What?’ events on sexual harassment (from left) Keshia Hannam of Camel Assembly; Karina Calver, a trauma and relationships counsellor; Karen See of {embrace} worldwide; and Dr Helen Lockey of HKU. Photo: David Wong.

co-organisers of the ‘#MeToo. Now What?’ events on sexual harassment (from left) Keshia Hannam of Camel Assembly; Karina Calver, a trauma and relationships counsellor; Karen See of {embrace} worldwide; and Dr Helen Lockey of HKU. Photo: David Wong.

The #metoo phenomenon has encouraged people to share stories of sexual harassment and has demonstrated how rife sexual harassment is in society… all societies.

Committed to building a community to share and provide support, {embrace} worldwide has been driving the conversation in Hong Kong at the bespoke ‘#metoo. Now What?!’ workshops and group coaching events. In collaboration with The University of Hong Kong, Camel Assembly and Metta, the workshops provide a safe space to identify sexual harassment; discuss its impact; generate responses as tools; and outline how to report an incident.

Read about it in the two articles, After #MeToo comes Now What? as women host forum to push for change in Hong Kong community and Hong Kong’s #MeToo movement needs men, say women, plus three ways to respond to sexual harassment published in the South China Morning Post December 16, 2017 and 10 January 2018 respectively.