At this momentous time in history, women around the world are breaking the secrecy and silence around sexual abuse and harassment in the workplace. Yet more than one third of the world’s countries have no laws prohibiting sexual harassment at work, leaving nearly 235 million women vulnerable in the workplace. Around the world, CARE works to educate and empower women to advocate for workplace rights. From domestic workers in Ecuador to factory workers in Cambodia, women are fighting for safety and respect. The International Labour Organization (ILO) has the opportunity to end this crisis by adopting an international standard on violence and harassment in the world of work – the first step to building accountability on this issue globally – and changing the narrative for women everywhere.