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Monday, 22 October 2018 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Negotiations ahead of Parliament's first reading (Rule 69c)

  Soraya Post (S&D). – Mr President, yes, it is about the same problem. As you might know, last month the MeToo European Parliament movement launched a blog which collects and publishes anonymous testimonies of victims of sexual harassment and sexual assault within the European Parliament: ‘MeTooEP.com’. The blog is intended to be a first port of call for victims, to provide solidarity and information, to raise awareness on what forms sexual harassment can take and to show victims that they are not alone.

We need to break the culture of silence around sexual harassment. We need to support this movement of workers who are bravely sharing their stories, so we must fully support and implement the European Parliament resolution on combating sexual harassment and abuse in the EU adopted by a vast majority more than one year ago. I stand strongly with the MeToo European Parliament movement. We have to take this seriously and stop this culture.


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