我相信，美国和欧盟都可以实施许多改变，以降低工作场所性骚扰的发生率，并最终根除性骚扰。首先，美国应该认识到其法律在全面保护妇女和消除所有领域的性骚扰方面的缺陷和失败。它们应采取必要措施批准消除对妇女歧视委员会，并颁布立法规定，确保妇女在工作场所内外的安全。还应该为犯罪者制定适当的惩罚措施，例如终止雇用和必要时的徒刑。太多的骚扰者逍遥法外，必须制止他们。我相信美国也应该拨出资金给组织、基金会，以及像Time 's Up和#MeToo这样的运动，以正确地识别骚扰者，并为性侵犯受害者提供保护。其次，已批准消除对妇女歧视委员会的欧盟国家应规范和衡量其各自政府和机构的实施程度。我认为，欧盟国家也将受益于承认各种形式的性骚扰，而不是依赖于一个普遍的定义。此外，消除对妇女歧视委员会应征聘更多成员，以监测《公约》的法律适用情况。它们还可以取消各会员国的批准利益。如果他们没有努力执行政策，并且没有发现任何变化，他们就不应该说他们批准了《公约》。
I believe that there are many changes that could be implemented in both the United States and the European Union to lower the rates of sexual harassment in the workplace and, eventually, eradicate it. First, the United States should recognize the flaws and failures of its laws to fully protect women and eradicate sexual harassment in all spheres. They should take necessary measures to ratify CEDAW and enact legislative provisions that ensure the safety of women in and out of workplaces. There should also be proper punishment measures set forth for the perpetrators, such as termination of employment and prison sentences where necessary. Too many harassers get away with their crimes and they must be stopped. I believe that the US should also allocate funds to organizations, foundations, and movements like Time’s Up and #MeToo that properly identify harassers and provide defense for the victims of sexual assault. Next, countries in the European Union that have ratified CEDAW should regulate and measure the extent of implementations within their respective governments and institutions. I believe that EU countries would also benefit from recognizing various forms of sexual harassment rather than relying on a general definition. Additionally, the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women under CEDAW should recruit more members to monitor application of the convention into law. They could also revoke the member states’ benefits of ratification. If they have not made an effort to implement policies and no change is detected, they should not be able to say they ratified the convention.