128 Radical Social Centre and Community Whare was opened in 2002, being founded on anarchist principals, fixed up, maintained, and run by the communities it served. The 128 Collective developed 128’s Safer Spaces Policy, and has continually evaluated and improved it over the past 17 years.
The Safer Spaces Policy is available below as a .png (or high quality picture file), which you can save and download and print! It makes a really nice poster for your community space, and is CopyLeft or free to reproduce for non-commercial purposes.
We have taken off ”128” and ”The 128 Collective” and ”radical social centre” in this version, so you can adopt The 128 Collective’s policy, or just use it to start a conversation about what ”safer spaces” look like for you.
A Safer Spaces Policy is not a magic wand, but a having political framework, a clear agreement, and a commitment to follow through can help.
You can see the regular screen-reader friendly version on our Safer Spaces page here.