This websurvey was designed to research the intersections between sexual violence, nightlife environments (e.g. party spaces, going out at night) and drug use in Europe.


The Sexism Free Night training activities  were designed  to educate future leaders in nightlife on the topics of sexualized violence in nightlife, bystander interventions and intersectionality to promote safer and more egalitarian nightlife environments.


Sexism Free Night is a project involving nightlife promoters, NGOs and a University that aims to promote safer and more egalitarian nightlife environments.

We stand for:

A future where nightlife embraces a gender perspective in the promotion of safety, diversity & valuable experiences for all.

The recognition of nightlife’s key role in shaping urban scenes and identities by offering space-times for creative development, experimentation and cultural activation of individuals & communities.

The counteraction of a male-dominated, binary, gender stereotyped and structurally unequal industry that limits opportunities, promotes violence and compromises freedom of expression and transcendence.

Nightlife’s gender mainstreaming through a multicomponent & participatory approach aimed at night-time cultures and stakeholders.

The cooperation with other initiatives that contribute to the eradication of sexism joining efforts in the intervention with violence survivors or perpetrators.


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Sexism Free Night aims to reduce sexual violence and sexism in nightlife scenes by raising awareness among party goers and promoting safer and more egalitarian nightlife environments.

Produce and disseminate knowledge about sexual violence in nightlife environments in Europe.

Engage professionals working in nightlife environments in the denormalization of sexism and prevention of sexual violence.

Build best-practice guidance and capacity about sexual violence prevention among harm reduction professionals intervening in nightlife environments.

Raise-awareness about the importance of bystanders in the denormalisation and prevention of sexual violence among party goers.


For an egalitarian night-time

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