Emma Watson | Harry Potter star launches workplace harassment helpline

Harry Potter star launches workplace harassment helpline

Outspoken advocate of human rights and vocal #MeToo supporter Emma Watson has spearheaded a new campaign to help women suffering from sexual harassment in the workplace.

The Harry potter star and Oxford University alumni has announced the launch of a new free-to-dial legal advice line for employees dealing with abusive employers and workplace harassers in tandem with the Founder of the Time’s Up movement.

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Comments (3)

  • T
    Wed, 4 Sep 2019 2:20pm BST
    Article does not mention what the helpline number is.
  • Greg
    Tue, 6 Aug 2019 9:18am BST
    Plenty of men experience the same problem so will this service also be available to men or is this just another example of identity politics?
  • S
    Mon, 5 Aug 2019 1:39pm BST
    Although this is a fabulous idea, as the lines are only open for two hours on a Monday and Tuesday evening I question how much use this is going to be to female employees.

    I fear this may be shut down before its had chance to really make a change.