- Impact of sexual harassment on women
- The law surrounding sexual harassment
- Reporting sexual harassment
- Bystander intervention
- Acceptable and unacceptable behaviours
- Managing vulnerability
- Best practice management of sexual harassment.
Anti-sexual harassment training to improve the safety of women at night.
ANTI-SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINING
Bristol City Centre BID were tasked by Bristol City Council to facilitate anti-sexual harassment training to improve the safety of women at night. This was funded by a grant from the Home Office that was set up following the death of Sarah Everard.
The anti-sexual harassment training was aimed at all those employed by the night-time economy such as venue bar and management staff, security, performers, and promotors.
18 trainers who work in or are involved with the night-time economy were selected to deliver the training. They first attended a “train the trainer” session, run by Joanne Cox-Brown from Night Time Economy Solutions Ltd who also developed the training program.