MITA is a voluntary initiative that provides information and encourages discourse on sexual assault, consent and passionate sexuality - in order to lead to a reduction in cases of abuse in the community.
Mita volunteers, who have undergone special training at the Center for Assistance to Victims of Sexual Assault, operate an assistance system at the various Bern events, and provide an initial response, support and advice to anyone who needs it.
Throughout the year MITA accompanies and advises theme camps, departments and teams on creating a safer space, and offers tools, tutorials and other relevant information to assist them in this task.
Conducting educational, outreach and assistance activities in the areas of sexual assault prevention, and encouragement to create safer spaces in the community;
This is in addition to providing initial support to companies and members of the community who have experienced harm, while ensuring a professional, sensitive and dedicated response - which puts their safety and well-being at the center.
Assistance and advice to decision makers regarding the conduct of administrative or disciplinary measures, aimed at providing the best solution for the safety of participants in Midburn Community events.
Ways to contact Mita:
You can apply in a private message for assistance through the page throughout the year
On our ability as participants, as human beings, as a community, to prevent sexual assault
And help create safer and more pleasant spaces in Midburn>
MITA's poster collection, Midburn 2018