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Rosa survey of workplace sexual harassment

September 21, 202021 September 2020

We send our heartfelt thanks to each of the 1,102 people who responded to the first-ever Rosa survey of workplace sexual harassment in the performing arts, film and television. We have started analyzing the data and will report back on survey findings in 2021.

In October 2020, Aftermetoo, the Canadian Women’s Foundation, and Hill Strategies Research conducted the first-ever national survey on workplace sexual harassment in the Canadian performing arts, film, and television industries. The results of the Rosa survey will be used to advocate for change. The groundbreaking survey, called The Change You Want to See, was designed in partnership with our friends at Rosa, informed by Alix MacLean‘s expertise in sensitive and accessible question design, and led by Kelly Hill‘s extensive survey experience.

The survey was open to Canadian union and non-union contract workers in the performing arts, film, and television industries, such as performers, crew members, screenwriters, playwrights, choreographers, set / costume / production designers, cinematographers, directors, production and post-production workers, and arts administrators and managers.



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