What We Do

We know that preventing sexual violence means creating an event culture where this will not be tolerated. When people feel comfortable to intervene, you prevent sexual violence. When your festival grounds are safe, you prevent sexual violence. When your event messaging speaks to sexual violence prevention, you prevent sexual assault.

 Bystander Intervention Training

Training your staff, volunteers, first aid responders, and security in bystander intervention is the first step to preventing sexual harassment and assault. We have worked with sexual violence experts, musicians, event organizers, and volunteers to tailor our training with the goal of building the necessary prevention knowledge and skills.

 Resource Materials

Wondering where you can get more information on how to change event culture? This is the section for you. We know that information is key when it comes to building confidence and decreasing barriers to intervening.

 Safety Audits

You have trained all of your volunteers, and you are looking to do more to prevent sexual harassment and assault. We have worked with safety audit, sexual violence, and logistical experts to design a tool that can increase inclusivity and bring awareness to concerns that could contribute to sexual assault. It is collaborative and designed to provide solutions.

 Messaging & Protocols

A major contributor to changing event culture is to provide messaging to attendees that harassment or violence of any kind will not be tolerated.  We will work with events to create an individual messaging framework, which will further support the creation of a safer and more inclusive event for attendees.

 Train the Trainer

We have expanded Project SoundCheck™, and are joining with Sexual Assault Centres throughout Canada to provide our training to festivals in their cities.  If you are a festival, contact us and we can help make a connection