The global objective is to create a safe and supportive work environment. How? The program aims at preventing pressure, mobbing, sexual or other types of harassment in the workplace by giving the tools to all the people involved to become proactive and responsible bystanders.



The program is designed to have interactive workshops that can be tailored to suit the needs of any kind of organization (corporates, local authorities, international organizations, universities...).

To be efficient, the program is based on a strategic and systemic approach that involves everyone - from managers to employees and from Boards to union representatives - in working together. The aim is to ensure that everybody understands and practices the skills to manage harassment and receives the support needed.

Our mobbing and sexual harassment and prevention program is based on the SEL-approach

SEL – Social and Emotional Learning


SEL is the process through which people acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships and ultimately make responsible decisions.

The Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL) is at the forefront of SEL movement. CASEL as identified a core set of skills that any SEL curriculum should address:

1.    Self-management
2.    Self-awareness
3.    Social awareness
4.    Relationship skills
5.    Responsible decision making

A defining characteristic of SEL is that it empowers people to manage their own behaviour in positive and productive ways, shifting the control to the person.