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REES Festivals

REES is a simple, secure online platform for reporting sexual violence tailored to the unique needs of festivals.

Unwanted sexualized behaviours have a significant impact on the perceptions of personal safety at festivals. REES gathers critical data and insights about where it is occurring so that organizers can develop ongoing prevention strategies. REES is trauma-informed and survivor-centred for users and helps to minimize risks for organizers. 

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With REES for festivals, you can provide a clear and consistent system for reporting sexual violence, reduce barriers to reporting, gather and utilize data on sexual violence to develop targeted prevention strategies and public awareness. 

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Smarter Festivals, Safer Festivals

With REES you can demonstrate your commitment to safety and security by embracing innovative technology that provides real-time reporting of incidents and gathers critical data about prevalence of sexual violence. REES simplifies the data collection and analysis process, to assist the evaluation of prevention and response on an annual and on-going basis.    

Online reporting for:

  • Music Festivals
  • Film Festivals
  • Theatre & Fringe Festivals
  • Pride Events
  • Cultural Festivals 

With REES Festivals you can…

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Mitigate risk

for attendees, festival organizers and your brand.

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Reduce barriers

to reporting by offering a clear 24/7, year-round pathway for reporting sexual harassment, misconduct and assault.

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Provide a centralized hub

of information about reporting options, community resources and supports.

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Gather data

and critical insights about when and where unwanted behaviours are occurring.

Gather Data, Inform Change

REES provides attendees, performers, employees and volunteers a safe, secure pathway to provide valuable data to festival organizers such as:

  • Date of incident 
  • Time of day
  • Location of incident
  • Incident details
  • Prevalence across multiple events