THE DANCEFLOOR PROJECT (Bolshee Theatre)
Have you ever felt unsafe on the bus, walking to work or on a night out?
The Dancefloor Project brings people together to explore ways we can make everyone feel safe and reduce sexual harm in public spaces.
Take up some space, soak up the vibes, bust a move, pick up a pen and tell us your demands.
By making your mark on the walls of the dancefloor you can tell us how you want to be treated in public spaces and what makes you feel safe on a night out. There will also be the opportunity to confidentially disclose personal experiences of sexual harm and barriers that have been faced when reporting. Based on the conversations we have, your experiences and data from optional follow-up focus groups, we will work together to create prevention strategies to make public spaces safer for everyone: so you can bust a move without fear.
What would make you feel safer on the dancefloor?
The Dancefloor Project is a collaboration between Bolshee CIC and York St John University Psychology department in association with the York St John Institute for Social Justice.
Find out more about the project here.
Find out more about Bolshee here.
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***As The Dancefloor Project is part of a research project, you will be required to read, understand and consent to involvement upon arrival. The event is only suitable for adults aged 18 or over.***
CONTENT NOTE / FURTHER SUPPORT: We understand that the project covers some sensitive topics and if you find you are upset about any of the material covered or wish to discuss your own experiences in more detail, we suggest contacting one of the following organisations for further support:
Survive http://survive-northyorks.org.uk/ 01904 638813
Bridge House https://www.bridgehousesarc.org/ 0330 223 0362
Victim support https://www.victimsupport.org.uk/ 01904 550510
The University of York Open Door Team https://www.york.ac.uk/students/health/help/
The University of York Sexual Violence Liason Officer https://www.york.ac.uk/students/health/advice/sexual-violence/svlo/
If you wish to get in touch with any questions, concerns or access requirements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org