You have just entered the area of Autonomous Factory Rog. Rog is a space that is created among collectives that occupy it and daily visitors coming to the events. We strive to make Rog a safer space for everyone and a space of mutual respect. We aim to build a community without the presence of security officers and police, that is why it is important to take responsibility and care for ourselves and those around us – even if we don't know each other.
Expressions of violence, racism, nationalism, sexism, homo/lesbo/queerphobia, antireligion / antiatheism stances are not acceptable. In practice, this means that we watch out for any actions or statements with such content and we react to them. Rog is an open space for confronting and discussing different opinions, but this does not mean that anything goes – we don't tolerate violence and harassment. It is important that we all keep this in mind.
Among other things, Rog has neighbors. Don't make noise on the yard or in front of Rog, don't pee or vomit on street corners. Take care of your own trash.
NO means NO!
NO means NO. One NO is enough. I don't want you to convince me, force me, intimidate or harass me.
No matter what I wear, if I'm drunk / high, sober, no matter what I'm doing (I'm looking at you, I'm being friendly, I'm smiling at you) – NONE OF IT means I want to touch you, kiss you or have sex with you.
DO NOT touch me without my clear consent. If I am not in the condition to give clear consent this should be understood as NO. We DO NOT justify any kind of sexual, racist, nationalist, sexist, homo/lesbo/queerphobic violence or harassment – excuses (it's a party, people are drunk, you're overreacting, you're too sensitive) are NOT acceptable.
If anyone is touching you, harassing, forcing or intimidating you in any kind of way, come up to the bar and explain the situation. You are not alone.
If you witness (sexual) violence, react, don't ignore the situation. When witnessing harassment (verbal, physical, sexual) take initiative and offer support to the person being harassed (How are you feeling? What do you need? What can we do?) while letting them express themselves (including with selfdefense.)