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When victims of bullying and harassment report abuse, they often face intense scrutiny and skepticism. Memory scientist Julia Shaw proposes three strategies to help victims record their memories in a way that provides unassailable evidence and buoys their cases. Shaw’s no-nonsense, practical talk provides useful pointers to victims of harassment as well as to companies that are serious about weeding out bullying and discriminatory behavior.


The Me Too and Time’s Up movements spotlighted the proliferation of bullying, discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace. The conversation has identified a need for society to address the “underlying causes and consequences of harassment.” Empowering victims to speak out is an essential first step. Women, people of color and members of the LGBTQI community are most likely to experience workplace harassment, although few people get by unscathed. Yet some 98% of victims fail to report incidents to their employer. They suffer in isolation, unable to overcome the barriers to reporting, such as silencing, skepticism and retribution.

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About the Speaker

Memory scientist and criminal psychologist Julia Shaw is the author of The Memory Illusion.

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