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Live entertainment can be experimental, exploratory and bold; but our creative spaces must also be safe for all who use them. Arts institutions applicable must adopt a zero-tolerance approach for any form of harassment at work, including sexual harassment. This policy applies to employees, freelance staff, independent artists and all others that they work with. A policy covers sexual harassment [SH] which occurs at work and out of the workplace, such as on business trips or at work-related events or social functions. It covers SH by staff (which may include consultants, contractors/freelancers and agency workers) and also by third parties such as customers, suppliers or visitors.
A day long extravaganza at The Old Coal Yard and Cobalt Studios CIC that will feature some of the most empowering guest speakers for women and non-binary guests. We have partnered with sister organisation Forward NE to bring you a networking event with likeminded individuals, located at the heart of Ouseburn Valley in Newcastle.
The Keychange Pledge has already had a huge impact on the music industry. With the Pledge, Keychange offers an effective tool and tailored support to increase representation throughout the music world.
Last year, Tits Upon Tyne launched a project as part of our CALLED OUT campaign: to make the live music and nightlife scene safer.
Conversations surrounding the entertainment media’s treatment of young women are more prominent recently than ever before, following the recent documentary ‘Framing Britney Spears’, which explores her struggles with fame, legal conservatorship and bullying under the guise of journalism. Although the attention is finally on the press’ mistreatment and misogyny - which has taken the careers, spirits and even lives of far too many - the question still remains: why has it taken this much to confront the media, and why is it a phenomena rooted in sexism?
As featured in the Tits Upon Tyne magazine, published August 2021; track was previously named 'Joker'. By Natalie Greener, Intarsia Records. Merunisa describes herself as ‘a very chilled and optimistic individual’. Her music tends to encompass emotional lyrics that feed your sad emotions, despite her personality being quite the opposite. “I like to think of... Continue Reading →
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In a tweet and delete society, accountability seems to be an unknown concept that creates constant misunderstanding. Many confuse cancellation with calling-out toxic behaviours; creating further harm rather than space for change and growth. Cancel culture can be defined as a modern form of ostracism in which someone is thrust out of social or professional... Continue Reading →
Article, infographics and feature image by Natalie Greener Breast cancer is a disease in which malignant [cancer] cells form in the tissues of the breast. The NHS website states that Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in the UK. Most women diagnosed with breast cancer are over the age of 50, but... Continue Reading →