Sussex Safe Spaces scheme

The scheme can provide stickers and posters to display if you wish, it is not a requirement. . Survivor’s network is providing free training called Bystander, via the link below, this is available to anyone so please feel free to share.

Bystander Intervention Training Tickets, Multiple Dates | Eventbrite

The sessions last about 90 minutes and aim to help participants #DotheRightThing by:

  • recognising sexual harassment and misogynistic behaviour & understanding how it contributes to unsafe public spaces for certain groups of people
  • understanding the impact of sexual harassment and misogynistic behaviour
  • learning & practising tools and techniques to challenge this behaviour in a safe way

Survivors Network are also developing a series of short videos covering these objectives and we will share the links as soon as they are ready.

Attached to this note are two documents. The PDF gives more details of the scheme outlining how your business can help support this important work. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact:

Nichola Povey:

VAWG Community Navigator

(Violence against women and girls)

West Sussex Division | Sussex Police
Sussex Police – Serving Sussex