Wednesday, July 12, 2006

A Blog to Counter Sexual Harassment in Morocco

After two hotel workers, Najla and Souad, were sexually harrassed on the job at the posh Hotel Sofitel Diwan in Rabat, a network of Moroccan NGO's united to condemn sexual harassment in the workplace. Tthe Network to Fight Sexual Harassment in Morocco (RCHS) includes human rights organizations, women's rights organizations, and unions. Abdellah Lefnatsa, a leader of the UMT union created a Blogspot blog,, to further promote their cause and to help collect signatures for their anti-sexual harassment petition. You can sign the petition by sending your name, profession, and location to or with "Pétition de dénonciation de l'harcelement sexuel" in the subject line.

Unwelcome and often intimidating verbal or physical sexual advances. Sexual harassment often carries with it threats of employment reprisals if such advances are refused. Sexual harassment has been defined by the federal government and courts as illegal employment discrimination.
Nowadays it is a big problem of our society.Very pity.
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