Safe spaces for festival goers

Safe spaces for festival goers



Safe spaces for festival goers – TVA Abitibi-Temiscamingue
















Kimelia Laliberté | June 10, 2024

Who says festivals can also mean crowds, poisoning and attacks.

To provide a reassuring presence for festival-goers, prevention organizations will deploy safe spaces, commonly called “safe spaces,” at various events in the region, this summer, explained Sabrina Robitaille, speaker at CAPACS Abitibi-West, and Jade Routier, speaker at Rouyn-Noranda Support Point. .

Speakers such as Catherine Daigle of Groupe IO and Julie Fortier of the Abitibi-Témiscamingue Social Diversity Assistance Coalition noted that many unfortunate events have occurred during celebrations in recent years…

For this reason, in their opinion, it has become necessary to provide immediate assistance to festival-goers.

The aim of these kiosks is also to increase awareness of the organizations services and possibly help users in the long term.

Prevention organizations therefore invite you to keep your eyes open, as you can see these safe spaces at the La Sarre Equestrian Festival, at Osisko en Lumière, or even at the Emerging Humor Festival.

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