Since 2010, Hollaback London has been fighting street harassment. Whether we’re collecting stories via our app and website, speaking on TV, running workshops or training venues through our now International Good Night Out campaign, we are passionate about ending harassment. We raise awareness how it affects women including LGBTQ+ people around the capital, promote bystander … Continued
Since launching our Good Night Out campaign nearly three weeks ago, it’s been pretty non stop here! So we thought we’d fill you in on what we’ve been up to, as well as what we’ve got coming up. • Lots of interviews! Head over to our press page where we’re adding all the press coverage … Continued
Today we launch Good Night Out, the first coordinated London-wide campaign that tackles harassment in venues, pubs, bars and clubs. · The first ever London-wide campaign to end sexual harassment on nights out launches today, backed by some of London’s most high profile venues including Ministry of Sound and fabric. · Posters informing patrons of zero-tolerance approach … Continued
Well, on Friday 7th,we’ll be launching a brand new campaign. It’s all about getting clubs, pubs, bars and venues to tackle and prevent harassment, keep an eye on the hashtag #goodnightout for details and check here. Then, from Friday 7th from 8pm at ULU (Malet Street) we’ll be joining our Hollaback ULU (University of London Union) … Continued
To kick off International Women’s Day on March 8th an amazing group of women have set up a two day community-led feminist arts and music festival, running alongside the Southbank Centre’s Women of the World festival. But they need your help! They have just 61 hours (as of 7pm GMT 18/2/14) To raise £429 to … Continued
Tomorrow 22/11/13 our colleagues at The British Transport Police are running a public engagement event at Victoria, Waterloo and Kings Cross stations between 12.30 and 2.30pm, look out for the staff and volunteers in yellow t-shirts handing out oyster card wallets and info on Project Guardian – an initiative we are working on to make … Continued
Thanks to Rebecca Suner for writing the piece!
On Friday June 14th at 3pm Hollaback London will be giving a short talk about street harassment at Goldsmiths College in New Cross (map) as part of a schedule of events around street harassment awareness raising organised by Fine Art student Lauren Aldridge. For more information check the facebook event Come along!
The second issue of our journal ‘Langdon Olgar’ is out now! For more information look here. To buy a copy go here. We accept submissions on an on-going basis, please send contributions for future issues to [email protected]