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This Charter is inspired by the pledges created for the Mayor of London’s Women’s Night Safety Charter.
Northern Ireland is a safe place, but too many women feel unsafe when travelling, working, or going out at night. The Northern Ireland Executive Office is working with stakeholders to prioritise the safety of women and girls. As key stakeholders, Hospitality Ulster and White Ribbon NI have joined forces to adopt the Women’s Night Safe Charter and support its rollout in Northern Ireland.
The charter is a commitment by organisations and businesses operating at night to support the campaign to End Violence Against Women and Girls.
To support the Women's Night Safety Charter NI, we ask all organisations and businesses that operate at night to sign-up to seven pledges:
HU partners White Ribbon NI have developed a 'Listen, Learn, Lead' toolkit, which offers simple ideas, inspiration, information, and resources to help organisations meet the seven pledges. It advises on possible courses of action, some changes that may need to be made and how organisations can upskill their staff.
After signing up to the charter below, you can access a link to download the 'Listen Learn Lead' toolkit. This will also be emailed to you.
Simply fill in the form below to sign up to the Women's Night Safety Charter NI, and to access the 'Listen, Learn, Lead' toolkit.
Responding to the Coach Nightclub drinks promotion, Colin Neill, Chief Executive of Hospitality Ulster said:
“Irresponsible promotions have no place in our industry and we condemn them outright. We believe the imagery associated with this promotion is unacceptable and have referred it to the Independent Complaints Panel for the industry’s Responsible Retailing Code.
Irish News Column, August
By Colin Neill, Chief Executive, Hospitality Ulster
‘Tourism Tax’ a non-starter warns Hospitality Ulster
Trade NI, Northern Ireland’s largest business coalition, representing Hospitality Ulster, Manufacturing NI and Retail NI, has today met with the Shadow Chancellor, Rt Hon John McDonnell MP, who is visiting Belfast.
Reacting to the news that Julian Smith has been appointed as the new Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Trade NI (the alliance of Hospitality Ulster, Retail NI and Manufacturing NI) in a joint statement commented: