Naman Ramachandran U.K. broadcasters ITV, Sky, BBC, Channel 4, and Channel 5 are financially backing the Creative U.K. and U.K.

Time’s Up-led proposal for the creation of an Independent Standards Authority (ISA) to tackle bullying and harassment.The proposals for the ISA are designed to ensure that anyone who has suffered abuse, harassment and bullying can receive confidential advice, mediation and investigation into complaints.

The ISA is already supported by the BFI, BAFTA, BECTU, the PMA and the Casting Director’s Guild. In May, top stars Keira Knightley and Naomie Harris voiced their support for the ISA.Following a consultation period, the next stage, which will be funded by the creative industries, is to design the remit, structure and funding arrangements for the ISA.