Good Night Out is an independent worldwide campaign that works with clubs, bars, pubs and venues to deal with, tackle and prevent harassment on nights out.
Participating spaces agree to display the Good Night Out pledge on posters, which state: “We want you to have a good night out. If something or someone makes you feel uncomfortable, no matter how minor it may seem, you can report it to any member of staff and they will work with you to make sure it doesn’t have to ruin your night.” They also agree to get staff trained in Good Night Out approach, which can include specialist workshops direct from our pool of independent organisers.
We have worked with hundreds of premises and their staff, from small bars to thousand+ capacity venues, including many universities.
We started in London, UK, by Bryony Beynon and Julia Gray, as a project of anti-harassment movement Hollaback London. Good Night Out is now delivered independently through a network of regional organisers who provide advice, posters and support to licensed premises and deliver the Good Night Out Training to staff.
In the UK, we have also developed and delivered specialist training and policy in this area for local authorities, including the Southwark Women’s Safety Charter (the first of its kind) the Met Police, National Union of Students, charities like Drinkaware and many more. See more here.
Good Night Out is currently funded by venue donations only and remains completely independent.
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