Sexual Harassment Prevention Workplan
ACTRA Toronto is committed to safe, harassment-free workplaces. Find out about our policies on our Discrimination & Harassment Policy page.
Scroll down or use the Quick Links below to learn more about ACTRA Toronto’s evolving workplan to prevent Sexual Harassment, Discrimination, Bullying and Violence.
To Report Harassment:
24/7 Emergency Reporting:
HAVEN HELPLINE (Harassment and Violence Emergency Network) :Telephone: 1-855-201-7823
Online Harassment Complaint Form
Need counselling or other health services, including crisis support?
The Members and Family Assistance Program (MFAP Support) is available to members who have Bronze, Silver or Gold level benefits through AFBS. Call 1-844-880-9142.
Identify yourself as having access to the MFAP through AFBS. You will need to provide your ACTRA membership number and date of birth.
Statement from ACTRA on the safety of women in the entertainment and media industry
The disturbing allegations about producer Harvey Weinstein are an important reminder of the work we all need to do to make workspaces safe for all performers. We know sexual discrimination and sexual harassment are very real issues in the industry and in society as a whole. We also know, sadly, how prevalent and difficult predatory behaviour is to report. As industry leaders, we all have a role to play in ending the culture of silence. It’s incumbent upon all of us to combat it and create a safe space for victims to speak out without fear of retribution or harassment. ACTRA works hard to ensure safe and respectful working environments for our members and industry partners, but we know there’s much more to do. We take reports of harassment and bullying very seriously. We are going to work with our industry partners to build on what we are already doing. This will require an industry-wide effort to address a systemic problem that has existed and often been ignored for way too long. We all have to and will do better.
ACTRA National President David Sparrow
ACTRA National Vice-President Alvin Sanders
ACTRA Toronto President Theresa Tova