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A new project is training nightclub staff how to prevent sexual violence

The pilot stage is being launched in Prague

  • Dave Turner
  • 11 December 2017
 A new project is training nightclub staff how to prevent sexual violence

A project supported by the European Commission has been launched to train nightclub staff how to deal with sexual violence.

The Addictology Clinic in Prague is leading the pilot stage, set to include staff members from the United Kingdom, Portugal and Spain.

The first stage will see instructors training participants various prevention measures. Results from this are expected in March 2019.

Hana Fidesova of the Addictology Clinic said: "The environment of night entertainment is a place in which sexual violence often occurs. The highly sexualised environment and influence of alcohol or other addictive substances contributes to this."

The project was announced after the Czech Republic's Interior Ministry made sexual violence part of its security strategy, according to the Prague Daily Monitor.

Find some stats on sexual harassment in clubs in the UK here and check this out to see what to do if you're sexually harassed in a venue.

Dave Turner is Mixmag's Digital News Editor, follow him on Twitter

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