Sexual harassment, particularly against women poses a serious challenge to victims. It can affect the victim’s self-esteem and dignity. Although sexual harassment often takes the form of men harassing women, it can also happen to men, women, boys and girls in different contexts. At present, there is no law that requires employers to adopt anti-sexual harassment policies in The Gambia. Therefore, employers largely rely on ordinary internal disciplinary proceedings in handling sexual harassment at workplaces which are not ideal lasting solution to sexual harassment as they usually do not focus on the victims. In light of this gap, this note offers an opportunity for reflection on the need to collectively combat sexual harassment at workplaces, schools, universities and homes. Therefore, the NHRC counts on the support of the Government and relevant institutions to initiate a national dialogue on sexual harassment and to promote the adoption of policies that address sexual harassment in the workplace.