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We are the campaign for safer nightlife

Staff from Electric Brixton show off their Good Night Out badges after their training day.

We believe nights out should be about

Fun and Freedom And Not Fear

We work with...

Venues, bars, pubs, clubs, festivals, event organisers, promoters, students’ unions, local authorities, security teams, ticket vendors, support services and more!

We have worked with and trained

150 Organisations
And
2,692 People

so that they can better understand, respond to, and prevent sexual harassment and assault in their spaces

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Get accredited Work with us

If you’re part of a venue, pub, club or put on your own events, we’ve got specialist training and support for you.

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Get acquainted More about us

Learn more about our history, our values, our projects, the team and the impact of the work we do.

Find our more about who we are!
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Trainees said....

On our Licensed Premises training...

We have had this training multiple times over the years and it’s a great way to refresh what I believe and give me the confidence to act on sexual harassment at work.

Bar Supervisor, Corsica Studios, London

We learnt not to be afraid of speaking up. Putting mini scenarios into categories and working in a team was really helpful. It’s about getting more confident about how to be more attentive to people who need support. I liked the participation and open conversation.

Food and Beverage Attendant, Ballie Ballerson

On our 'Responding with Compassion' workshop...

The training encouraged us to consider our own well-being when handling disclosures and broadened our perceptions of “justice.” It was in-depth enough to give everyone, regardless of their prior level of knowledge, the tools to respond in an appropriate and supportive way.

John Shortell, Head of Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, Musicians' Union