The West Australian woman who accused former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce of sexual harassment will deliver her first public speech on the issue.
Former West Australian Rural Woman of the Year Catherine Marriott made the complaint confidentially to the National Party in February but the allegations soon leaked.
Last month, Ms Marriott said she was extremely disappointed that after an eight-month investigation, the NSW branch had been unable to make a determination about her complaint.
"While dismayed at the finding, I am not surprised as the party never had the external processes in place to deal with a complaint of sexual harassment by a member of parliament," she said in a statement.
"While it has come at enormous personal expense, I was not prepared to walk past this kind of behaviour any longer.
"I am pleased I stood up for what I believed was right and I'm proud I found the courage to make a difference for other people who want to create influence through political circles in future."
Ms Marriott will speak at a Rural, Regional, Remote Women's Network of WA lunch in Perth on Wednesday.
"Eight months on she has put aside personal distress to effect real change for women who find themselves in similar situations," the network said.
"#UsToo will be the first address Catherine gives on this subject."
Mr Joyce has described the allegations as defamatory.
Australian Associated Press
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