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Safety and Anti-Harassment Policies

As it becomes clear that the Pagan community is not at all immune to harassing, abusive, and bigoted behavior, we need to respond by crafting safety (or anti-harassment) policies for our groups and our events. And, learn how to properly enforce these. This post is not meant to be all-inclusive, but rather, a start to the conversation. I hear from folks all the time that are overwhelmed at the prospect of adopting a safety policy.

TL;DR-- At the end, I'm going to post links to a few examples of safety/anti-harassment policies. I'm also going to dig around for some inclusivity policies. Sometimes those are separate, sometimes they are together. These are useful to pull from as a template so that you aren't starting with a blank page.

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  • Virginia Carper
    Virginia Carper says #
    May be people need to be specific in what they are discussing such as what bigotry and abuse was done by a victim. I have attended
  • Greybeard
    Greybeard says #
    EDITORIAL WARNING: The original comment has been removed. Victim blaming will not be tolerated on this site. This is your one war
  • Virginia Carper
    Virginia Carper says #
    I agree. One step is enforcement of policies. How is that to be done? I think that people don't like to "upset" others with their
  • Mark Green
    Mark Green says #
    Here are the policies I use for my Atheopagan events: Conduct standards: It is the intent of the producers that this event will b

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