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One year after Me Too: Initiatives and action in the Nordic and Baltic countries

This survey highlights initiatives and action taken by the Nordic and Baltic countries to deal with and prevent sexual harassment in the wake of the Me Too movement


The survey was developed on the initiative of the Swedish presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers in 2018. It highlights initiatives and action taken by the Nordic and Baltic countries to deal with and prevent sexual harassment in the wake of the Me Too movement, which started in the autumn of 2017. It includes a range of measures: from tougher legislation, to responsible authorities being given a bigger mandate, to broad-scale information campaigns. The survey was developed by NIKK (Nordic Information on Gender) and is based on material from the countries and supplementary interviews with key people.

Updated 2 October 2020