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When television journalist Tracey Spicer sent out a tweet in October 2017 asking Australians if they had their own #MeToo stories in the wake of Harvey Weinstein, little did she know it would become the biggest challenge she had ever taken on. Women and men, from every kind of workplace around the country, began contacting her with their untold stories of sexual harassment and assault. And as the number of messages grew from the hundreds to the thousands, Tracey became an accidental advocate, passionately committed to helping their stories be heard.
Silent No More follows Tracey as she explores how MeToo is changing Australia. She tackles the confusion and backlash MeToo has caused; speaks to ordinary Australians brave enough to share their experiences; shines a light on how the system can and must be reformed; and looks at how MeToo can be the catalyst for positive change for men and women, today and in future generations.
With exclusive access to men and women who have been directly affected, as well as their partners and families, Silent No More goes behind the headlines to reveal the true cost of sexual harassment for all of us and pinpoints what can be done to make things better for everyone.
In Episode 1 Tracey shines a light on the issue, its impact on ordinary Australians, and tackles the confusion about what is and isn't sexual harassment.
In Episode 2 Tracey examines the Australian Federal Government's response to MeToo – a world-first National Inquiry, and she supports individuals who are seeking justice. But as the momentum for change grows, so does the backlash.
In Episode 3 more than 18 months into the journey, Tracey digs deeper and explores how we can all move forward by changing the conversation and culture. As she reveals how much things are shifting, at the grassroots and at the top, we discover how the next generation can help eliminate sexual harassment.
Silent No More addresses the confusion and anger that MeToo has stirred, and gives us the tools and insights we need to take part in a national conversation, in our homes, families, schools and workplaces. As Tracey says, 'Australia is at a crossroads'. This series is about how we can all move forward in the wake of MeToo and help drive positive change for everyone.
ATOM has also produced a study guide for Silent No More: How #MeToo Is Changing Australia. This study guide is available for download here.
Running Time: 3 x 45 mins