Apps & Software that help create Safer Spaces: A first overview and talk with Che Harvey form AwarenessPass and Mirca Lotz from Safe the Dance


In recent years many apps and software solutions have been invented dealing with anti-discrimination, safer spaces, and inclusion. Mirca from Safe the Dance will provide a first overview and discuss their respective advantages and disadvantages and their respective limits. We have additionally invited Berlin based product designer Che Harvey, one of the inventors of  AwarenessPass, an app that provides in context educational content and digital verification for event spaces and organizers to help teach consent, healthy boundaries, and sexual health understanding. Users can take quick lessons on their phone and receive digital credentials that grant access to events like parties, clubs, meetups, and munches.

Safe the Dance
is an agency for inclusion, diversity, equity as well as music industry know how. Our goal is to prioritize inclusion, diversity, and intersectionality, recognizing that many people experience multiple forms of discrimination.  We aim to make necessary knowledge easily accessible through providing training and resources, giving talks and workshops and more. We believe that focusing on the positive aspects of safer spaces, such as recognizing the needs and boundaries of all individuals, will lead to better experiences for everyone. Our aim is an inclusive society where we all feel respected ad are united in solidarity.


Che Harvey
is a Product Designer with 7 years of success working with early-stage startups and digital ventures. Inspired by those around him, he is choosing opportunities that help others live longer, healthier, and more socially connected lives.


Mirca Lotz is a curator, event organizer and activist with a passion for crossing creative boundaries. She has played a prominent role in the work for diversity in the music industry as an "innovator" in the international Keychange project and co-founder of the musicBYwomen* as well as Music Women* Germany networks. 2017 she created the first showcase festival and conference for women and gender minorities in music “We Make Waves”. On April 21st, she organized a women and gender minorities in music network & activists meetup and exchange event called “Network the Networks” with 300 participantsb from 35 German networks. She is regularly invited to speak about diversity and gender equality in the music industry at international festivals and conferences. Mirca also develops safer spaces policies for events and organisatione and gives workshops and talks on the topic with her agency “Safe The Dance”.  2022 she joined Most Wanted: Music as a senior programme manager.