Resources

Reports

Power Shift Summit 2.0
Power Shift Summit 2.0: #MeToo and the Media One Year Later

Power Shift Summit 2.0 brought together more than 100 editors, reporters and experts to assess what’s changed since revelations of sexual harassment rocked the media industry. The resulting report highlights innovative changes in anti-harassment and workplace culture training, intentional efforts to recruit, promote and retain women and people of color, and a growing focus on safety and security in the field and online, where women and minorities are often viciously targeted.

Power Shift Summit Report
The Power Shift Summit Report

The first Power Shift Summit was convened to generate a solutions-based discussion about what newsrooms and media organizations are doing to deal with emerging cases of sexual misconduct, and what systemic changes are needed for the future. The resulting report identifies seven lessons learned about workplace imbalances that are used to protect the powerful and intimidate and silence others, especially young women.

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Advocacy organizations and other resources

American Press Institute
The Aspen Forum on Women and Girls
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Columbia Journalism Review (CJR)
Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ)
Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma
Futures Without Violence
International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF)
Journalism and Women Symposium (JAWS)
National Women’s Law Center
The Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center
Online News Association
Press Forward
Radio Television Digital News Association
Society for Human Resource Management
Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing
Society of Professional Journalists
United Public Strategies
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Women’s Media Center (WMC)