Sick of being groped on nights out? Tired of defending yourself against unwanted attention at the bar, in the club or at the gig, when you just want to have a good time? We’re Good Night Out, an independent campaign and global network dedicated to ending harassment on nights out.

We train staff at clubs, bars, pubs and venues on how to deal with and prevent sexual harassment of women and LGBT+ and create a safer environment for their punters. Launched in London in March 2014, we now have a dedicated network of regional organisers across the UK, Ireland and beyond – spreading the message that harassment is never okay.

Coordinated in London by Hollaback and endorsed by End violence Against Women Coalition, National Union of Students and Everyday Sexism, GNO is a totally independent team of regional organisers passionate about making nights out safer for all. We work in partnership with councils, licensing officers, women’s groups and charities across the country to deliver training, consultation and support. We’re working in partnership with a number of charities and councils and are coming to your town next.

Get in touch if you’ve like to get involved!

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East Sussex campaign starts at The Hope & Ruin!

The East Sussex branch kicked off their campaign on 16/05/16 by training 12 members of bar staff and management at The Hope & Ruin, which is a great bar and live music venue in the centre of Brighton.

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Our work in Kingston-Upon-Thames

This autumn we’ve been partnering with Royal Borough of Kingston and Kingston First, delivering a series of intensive Good Night Out workshops to nine pilot venues across Kingston town centre, a hub for some of the busiest nightlife in London. These include large nightclubs and live music venues including Pryzm and The Hippodrome.


Good Night Out Campaign is recruiting

Good Night Out launched in London in April 2014 as an initiative to work with licensed premises to deal with, tackle and prevent harassment on nights out. Since then we have launched nationally and now internationally. We work directly with venues, pubs, bars and clubs, as well as in partnership with different universities, councils, charities, the police and licensing authorities. Due to overwhelming demand, we are now looking for a people interested in supporting and helping to deliver our training workshops, as well as keeping the website and social media feeds updated.