By PreventConnect on August 26, 2008

Engaging bystanders in violence against women prevention

This web conference highlighted two promising and well-evaluated bystander intervention programs, Bringing in the Bystander and Mentors in Violence Prevention. The conference discussed the principles behind these programs, and explored advancing community change to promote pro-social bystander actions. The pending release of the National Sexual Violence Resource Center‘s new publication “Engaging Bystanders in Sexual Violence Prevention” was also highlighted.

HOST:
David Lee, Prevention Connection Program, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault

PRESENTERS:

OBJECTIVES:

  • Describe the bystander approach to primary prevention of violence against women.
  • Identify resources for bystander approaches to violence against women prevention.
  • Describe key elements of two bystander prevention programs.

MATERIALS & RECORDINGS:

  • Video Recording [ZIP] – file in Windows Media (WMV) format with embedded captioning.
  • Audio Recording [MP3]
  • Audio Transcript [PDF]
  • Text Chat Transcript [PDF]
  • Slides (1 per Page, Color) [PDF]
  • Handouts (3 per Page, Black & White) [PDF]

Materials and Resources from National Sexual Violence Resource Center

  • Engaging Bystanders in Sexual Violence Prevention: Click here to order copies.

Materials and Resources from Prevention Innovations, University of New Hampshire

Materials and Resources from Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP)

  • MVP High School Evaluation Summary 1999-2002
  • Evaluation Summary [PDF]
  • Year 1 Report [PDF]
  • Year 2 Report [DOC]
  • MVP College Student-Athletes Evaluation Summary 2007-2008 [PDF]
  • MVP Playbook & Curriculum
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