Creating Without Conflict

Alongside the stimulating discussion at BECTU Freelancers’ Fair earlier this month, Britain’s Got Bullies, a survey has been launched across five unions – BECTU, the NUJ,  the Writers’ Guild, Musicians Union and Equity – to investigate how widespread bullying is across the entertainment industry.

795a83d8-1c6e-415c-b5a7-268f4dbf74a9The Federation of Entertainment Unions (FEU) has launched an anti-bullying campaign and the survey Creating Without Conflict represents an important way of gathering evidence. It’s not necessary to be a union member to take part – anyone who works in the entertainment, media and arts sectors can participate.

Take part today and share your views, and tell everyone you know who works in this sector to participate –the more information that is gathered the clearer will be the information and survey findings will be reported at the FEU conference in November 2013.

There is an opportunity to get more information if you would like to do so, however this survey is confidential and you can remain anonymous if you prefer. Click this link to take the survey.


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