Our Teamwork Project Manager, Natasha Alexopoulou participated as a country expert in the European Mutual Learning Programme on Gender Equality, and particularly in the “Preventing sexual harassment” seminar, which took place in September 2022 in Copenhagen.
You can find her paper, drawing from the lessons learned in TEAMWORK, as well as her expertise in the subject, and more about the content of sexual harassment in Greece, on the European Commission’s website here.
The report, which consists of a part of the seminar’s outcomes, includes valuable insights into the Greek context of sexual harassment, good practices, and transferability aspects, as well as conclusions and recommendations.
About the Mutual Learning Programme in gender equality
The mutual learning programme in gender equality aims to reinforce mutual learning among EU countries. The programme focuses on policy measures as well as concrete and existing examples. It addresses both the opportunities and limitations of real-life implementation, and provides an opportunity for the stimulation of debate and exchange of experience between governmental representatives, independent experts and other relevant stakeholders. The ultimate aim is to facilitate the dissemination of good practice on gender equality in Europe.