Fair Agenda has just released an election scorecard, rating the three key party’s policies on their action to address four key reform issues including workplace sexual harassment.

The workplace sexual harassment component of the scorecard is a collaboration between Fair Agenda and NOW Australia.

It compares party policy in five key areas: dedicated prevention to address the underlying gendered drivers; stronger and clearer legal duties; access to fair, effective and efficient complaints processes; appropriate advocacy and support for workers; and accessible reporting tools.

These areas followed the calls to action embedded in The Power to Prevent, a joint statement from a coalition spearheaded by Victoria Legal Aid and signed by 100 organisations including the scorecard collaborators.