This interactive webinar, a collaboration with IP Inclusive partners Focal Point – specialists in preventing inappropriate behaviour at work– will look at these questions and more and equip you with practical ways to create a working environment that is free from sexual harassment for all.

It will be followed in the autumn with an in-person workshop where we will take a deeper dive into understanding the barriers to speaking up and what we can do to overcome them.


Key areas we will cover: 

  • What does the legislation say?
  • Myth busting – what is and isn’t sexual harassment
  • What stops us speaking up?
  • What is the role of allyship in creating a speak-up culture?
  • What reasonable steps should organisations be taking right now?
  • Q & A

Join us as we discuss these key points and offer practical guidance for all to take so that together we can stamp out sexual harassment for good.

Who's it for?

The webinar is open to anyone who works in IP, whatever their role, career level or gender. We expect it to be a vital resource for partners, HR managers, line managers and senior leaders – but it will also be an opportunity for less senior team members to explore what they can expect from their colleagues and workplace allies.

Our speakers

This webinar will be delivered by Focal Point Director Stella Chandler and chaired by Laura Cassels from our Women in IP committee’s events focus group.


Click here to book your spot. If you have any specific access requirements, please let us know when you register or by emailing [email protected]; we’ll do what we can to help.

Bring a guest

At IP Inclusive we want to reach as many IP people as possible. Why not invite a guest to watch the webinar with you – someone in a different role or at a different career level, perhaps; an ally or potential ally; or a colleague who’s not yet involved with IP Inclusive? They’ll be most welcome!


This event is free. So are all our resources. That said, we do need money to keep the show on the road, so if you enjoy the event please consider contributing. For more information, visit the IP Inclusive fundraising page.