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By on January 24, 2011

Bystanders as agents of primary prevention

Check out this excellent new edition of the Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs‘ newsletter Partners in Social Change.  The topic is how bystanders can be agents of change to prevent sexual violence. This wonderful resources includes articles by Joan Tabachnick (Telling a Story to Inspire action), Eli Crawford (Bystander Interventions: A Commentary on Relationships’ Roles in Ending Sexism & Male Dominance) and more.

Click here to get this resource.

One response to “Bystanders as agents of primary prevention”

  1. Yay Green Dot! I implemented the program at Central Washington University and it always puts a smile on my face to see that it is growing! Thanks for writing the article Clayton, so happy to see ASPEN is taking charge with Green Dot!

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