The Safer Dance initiative gives you access to policies and procedures to promote safer dance in your venue. You’ll be in good company too.
Artists are speaking up, club-goers are demanding reform and venues are in the spotlight to deal with issues more effectively.
Alongside DJ Rebekah (#FortheMusic) and venues such as Fabric London and the Invisible Wind Factory, you’ll get the tools you need to make the shift. To move to a model that stands up for safer dance.
Night time economy risks such as sexual harassment are not just common, they are expected. Average night out antics and part of ‘the culture’ at the heart of a heady mix. But the floor is changing. And we are taking a stand.
Venues across the world are considering how to make dance floors safer. We want club-goers to be able to speak up. But we also want to give you the support and know-how to make your venue safe. So that you stand out from the crowd (for the right reasons).
In Nov 2020, the Association for Electronic Music (AFEM) released a new industry code of conduct. The Safer Dance initiative helps you comply.
We provide policies, risk management procedures, education and training for your staff and stakeholders. So you protect your club-goers. And your reputation. Which, in our post-covid world, must prioritise customer safety more rigorously than ever.
Research & Data Analysis
Support & Guidance from Global Experts
Implementation of up-to-date policies and procedures
Of young adults witness inappropriate comments or groping. We do not condone this.
Of female members of the UK Musicians' Union that have suffered sexual harrassment but didn't report it.
The perctange of women (20) and men (4) who have experienced some form of sexual assault.