Sheffield Women and Girls Night-Time Safety Charter

We have developed a charter which is our call to action for all organisations, businesses, venues and individuals to join us in tackling gender inequality and make Sheffield a fair and inclusive city, where everyone is safe and welcome.

The charter provides practical steps towards addressing women's and girl's safety in your workplace, premises or venues, such as training and resources.

This is part of a council initiative to tackle Violence Against Women and Girls, and to improve the safety of women and girls who work, visit or socialise in the night-time economy.

The charter was inspired by the pledges created for the Mayor of London's Women's Night Safety Charter, and the text of this toolkit is based on work commissioned by the Mayor of London from the Good Night Out Campaign, as part of London's Women's Night Safety Charter programme.

Sign up to the charter

By signing up to this charter, you can show your acknowledgement of the issue and that you will be proactive in improving women and girls’ safety and experience. This will include your support for the “Seven Commitments” within the charter and that you will undertake the necessary actions listed in each of those commitments. To participate in this charter, complete the printable application form and email it to

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