Safeguarding


Emu Music recognises we have a responsibility to provide a safe and trusted environment which safeguards anyone who comes into contact with our organisation, including beneficiaries, staff and volunteers.

We are committed to the care and safety of all those we come into contact with through our events or through various forms of digital communication. Any allegation or concern regarding abuse will be treated seriously and we ask you to let us know at the earliest opportunity, either if the concern relates to you or another. A concern can arise when you observe or suspect abusive behaviour, when an allegation is made or disclosed, or where there are indicators (signs and symptoms) of suspected abuse on the victim.

If anyone is in immediate danger, please telephone the police. 

To raise a concern within Emu Music, please contact Edwina Soh (board member). Edwina may be contacted in confidence at edwina.soh@emumusic.com.

If you would like to report a concern or seek advice outside of Emu Music, please contact an external agency such as independent safeguarding charity Thirtyone:eight.