Safe Space Policy created for live gigs and music events

A new system has been put in place by The Music Federation, in partnership with Girls Against and Strut Safe, to tackle sexual harassment at live shows and music events.

The ‘Safe Space Policy’ wants to ensure that all attendees, especially women and minority genders, feel safe when going to see live music and in crowds.

The policy includes guidance for anyone feeling uncomfortable or witnessing harassment.

We spoke to Jasmine Hodge from The Music Federation, who created the policy.

Helena Wadia 28th January 2022


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