Universal Music Group CEO Sir Lucian Grainge is among the big Hollywood names who have formed the Commission on Sexual Harassment and Advancing Equality in the Workplace.

US lawyer and academic, Anita Hill is Chair of the Commission and the group behind it features chief executives, founders, and senior members from every major studio, TV network and record label.

Joining Sir Lucian Grainge on the longlist of people in the group is:

Tony Vinciquerra, Sony chair/CEO

Julie Greenwald, Atlantic Records chair/COO

Jeremy Zimmer, UTA CEO

Bryan Lourd, CAA co-chair

Ari Emanuel, William Morris Endeavor co-chair

Neil Portnow, Recording Academy NARAS president

Bob Iger, Disney CEO

Karen Stuart, Paramount CEO

Leslie Moonves, CBS chief executive

Susan Sprung, Producers Guild of America associate executive director

Ted Sarandos, Netflix chief content officer

Jim Gianopulos, Paramount chair/CEO

Karen Stuart, Association of Talent Agents executive director

Kevin Tsujihara, Warner Bros. chair/CEO

Maury McIntyre, Television Academy president/COO

Mike Miller, Motion Picture & TV Production/IATSE 4th international vp/department director

Russ Hollander, Directors Guild of America executive director

Carol Lombardini, Alliance Motion Picture and Television Producers president

Chris Silbermann, ICM Partners founding partner

David Young, Writers Guild of America executive director

Dawn Hudson, Academy Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences CEO

Gabrielle Carteris, Screen Actors Guild/AFTRA president

Jeff Blackburn, Amazon svp business development

Jeff Shell, Universal Filmed Entertainment Group chair

According to Independent, the Commission stemmed from a meeting called by Star Wars producer Kathleen Kennedy and other women in the film and music industries.

Kenney said:

“The Commission will not seek just one solution, but a comprehensive strategy to address the complex and interrelated causes of the problems of parity and power.

“[…] I’m proud to be leading this newly-formed commission on a long overdue journey to adopt best practices and to create institutional change that fosters a culture of respect and human dignity throughout the industry.”

The group will attend their first official Commission meeting in 2018 to define the mission.

Hollywood is now carrying the torch of Tarana Burke’s #MeToo movement. Following multiple allegations against Harvey Weinstein, the movement has already resulted in investigations and job terminations.

Australia’s music industry is leading a movement of its own with an Open Letter to the market released last week. The #meNOmore Letter has since been signed by over 1040 women in the music industry and was reported on by international media in the US UK, Europe and Asia, including Pitchfork, Billboard, The Guardian, NME and NPR.