The state Legislature on Friday announced an additional hearing on sexual harassment issues and policy in New York, a move that had been called for by a group of former aides who have are victims and survivors of sexual misconduct while working in state government.

The hearing is scheduled for May 24 in New York City at 10 a.m.

Lawmakers last took a day’s worth of testimony on the issue in February in Albany, hearing from the commissioner of the Department of Labor, attorneys who have worked on the issue and the former staffers who are part of the Sexual Harassment Working Group. The hearing was the first of its kind for state government in more than 20 years.

The group had successfully pushed for the hearing to be held, at want several additional forums to discuss the issue. State lawmakers are also considering legislation meant to address sexual harassment and misconduct in a variety of workplaces.

“The Sexual Harassment Working Group is fighting every day to elevate workers’ voices and make sure that Albany lawmakers deliver real reform by the end of this legislative session,” the group said in a statement.

“We’re excited for the next hearing–we also need at least one more in Albany–and grateful to our strong allies in the Senate and Assembly for making it happen. New York does not have the strongest laws in the nation yet, but hopefully with input from experts and stakeholders we will soon.”