We are so proud to have partnered with Music Gallery on a partnership grant to deliver workshops and education on sexual harassment and violence prevention and support to their community but also to strengthen the organizations inclusivity and internal practices and policies. The Music Gallery is a centre for promoting and presenting innovation and experimentation in all forms of music, and for encouraging cross-pollination between genres, disciplines and audiences.
GOOD NIGHT OUT VANCOUVER
We are honoured to partner with Stacey Forrester and Good Night Out Vancouver locally and nationally. If you are visiting this page and are located in BC and need safer spaces education, please reach out to them first.
Good Night Out Vancouver was founded out of an awareness of the links between alcohol consumption and sexual aggression and initiated from community concerns that staff and patrons in Vancouver’s nightlife could benefit from education around how to recognize, interrupt and prevent sexual harassment and assault on nights out. They are committed to engaging our community with these issues in ways that are authentic, meaningful and interactive.
SASS- Society for the advocacy of safer spaces
We are honoured to partner with Veronica Lawrence and support the work of SASS locally and nationally. If you are visiting this page and are located in Calgary and need safer spaces education, please reach out to them first.
SASS is a collective of community members like you. That’s right – SASS is a group of volunteers from an array of backgrounds and identities. They want to help put an end to racism, discrimination and sexual crimes in Calgary music festivals and venues. They seek to increase safety for vulnerable groups, including but not limited to women and members of the LGBTQ2+ and multicultural communities.
We are honoured to work with Eliane and everyone at PLURI in Montreal, they do incredible front line harm reduction and create safer spaces through education and bystander interventions.
PLURI, vise à réduire la marginalisation et le harcèlement sur les dancefloors en organisant des ateliers pour les organisateurices d’évènements et leurs employé.e.s, en offrant un service d’intervention et des bénévoles sur le terrain et en produisant du matériel éducatif.
PLURI, aims to reduce marginalization and harassment on dance floors by organizing workshops for event organizers and staff, providing onsite intervention and volunteers at events and producing educational material.
We are honoured to learn from and grow with our local Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape.
TRCC/MWAR is a grassroots, women and non-binary run collective working towards a violence-free world by providing anti-oppressive, feminist peer support to survivors of sexual violence through support, education and activism. TRCC/MWAR envisions the liberation of women, trans, non-binary people and children from all forms of violence. We celebrate freedom of choice, sexual freedom and healthy communities and human interactions.