Safer Spaces - Victorious Festival
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Safer Spaces

Posted on 21st March 2023

We are proud to be signed up to The Association of Independent Festivals Safer Spaces at Festivals campaign and we work hard to make Victorious a safe and inclusive space for all. We’re committed to delivering a safe environment and taking a survivor-led approach underpinned by policies, procedures, and training at our festivals.
We have a zero-tolerance policy towards sexual assault, harassment, racism, discrimination and any other anti-social behaviour.?We take all reports incredibly seriously and will always respond from a place of belief. The following is what we classify as unacceptable behaviour and will result in you being ejected from the festival: 

  • Any unwanted physical contact 
  • Groping 
  • Grabbing 
  • Catcalling 
  • Leering 
  • Stalking 
  • Rape 
  • Upskirting 
  • Verbal or physical intimidation 

If you experience any of the above, or see it happening, please report it to the nearest staff member, steward or security guard. We have specialist support services situated at our medical and welfare tents as well as roaming welfare teams who are there to help you at any time.? 

 We will have support services available onsite in the Medical and Welfare points, and we have specially-trained staff onsite to help support victims.

What to do if you see sexual violence / Bystander Intervention

It can be hard to know what to do if you see someone being sexually harassed or assaulted, but as we all know, when we work together we can achieve more. To find out more about how to intervene safely when you see an act of sexual violence and the 5Ds of bystander intervention?click – HERE