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Anti-Harassment

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Anti-Harassment

It's Not Ok

Anti-Harassment Statement

Everyone has the right to a self-expression and to not feel harassed because of who they are. At the Trinity Centre, our staff and volunteers aim to create a safe, relaxed environment for people to enjoy themselves and have positive social/cultural experiences. We want to make sure The Trinity Centre is a safe space where everyone can:

  • be themselves free from hatred and harassment
  • enjoy music, art and freedom of expression

If someone is harassed within our venue we want to know about this so we can take action. Our anti-harassment procedure is designed to support victims of harassment to feel safe and supported and to enable our staff to be able to take swift action to protect people from harm.

If you see or experience any unwanted attention, contact, bullying, harassment, or behaviour of any kind that makes you uncomfortable, please speak out and notify our staff immediately.

Sexual harassment, acts of aggression, racism, misogyny, transphobia, homophobia, religious bigotry or hatred and discrimination of any kind are not permitted. Anyone committing such acts will be removed from the venue.

If you would like to share feedback or report an experience please speak to a member of staff during the event, or after an event please email info@trinitybristol.org.uk or call 0117 935 1200 and ask to speak to our Safeguarding Officer in confidence. For more information, please see our Anti-Harassment Policy.

#ItsNotOK

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