Sexual Violence- 5 Education (HIDDEN BUT IN USE. DO NOT DELETE)


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5.1 PRE-SHOW

Code of Conduct is reviewed and signed. Time is provided to ask questions of Bass Coast representatives as needed

Acceptance of Code of Conduct required before online ticket purchases.

All managers receive training in sexual violence prevention and bystander intervention training prior to the festival.

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Info Shared with supplier managers to share with teams

Volunteers on all teams complete training on inclusive and anti-oppressive language and power dynamics.

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Sexual violence prevention education package provided to talent and suppliers.

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Sexual violence prevention training sessions to be offered virtually pre-show, for team and talent to attend.

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Managers will be given materials on sexual violence prevention and bystander intervention to give to their volunteers to review prior to arriving onsite or at orientation.

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The Bass Coast harm reduction page on the Bass Coast website is kept up to date with information about sexual consent, harassment and assault.

The team is made aware of WorkSafe policies relevant to their role, including how the Code of Conduct informs Respectful Workplace procedures and how to report workplace harassment.

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Pre-show messaging on social media about all the ways to get help onsite.

Harm Reduction volunteer training will include in depth training on sexual consent, sexual harassment, and bystander intervention.

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5.2 ONSITE

General volunteer orientation includes education on Consent Culture at the event, and the importance of checking in on people, highlighting that all crew have a role to play in identifying vulnerable attendees and assisting them to get support.

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Branded messaging in the theme of consent and supporting each other to be posted in common areas of the festival, as well as in areas the staff and artists have access to.

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Bass Coast Code of Conduct will be visible to all staff, attendees, suppliers and artists as they are arriving on site.

Harm reduction outreach to all cars in the thursday night lineup conducting education about expected conduct

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The Harm Reduction resource space will include printed information about sexual consent, sexual harassment and bystander intervention.

Included in the workshop programming will be an educational session specifically related to sexual misconduct in the festival / live music scene.

Harm Reduction establishes set hours to be present in the Green Room / Artist Hospitality to provide education and support for people access the space.

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5.3 POST SHOW

Questions about physical and social safety are included in the attendee, volunteer, talent and staff post-event surveys. Feedback reviewed and incorporated as appropriate.

Managers are given the opportunity to discuss feedback about physical and social safety, and results from surveys in their post event debrief.

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The consent@basscoast.ca is available year round to collect feedback related to issues of sexual misconduct and provide resources and support to the community.