By Ashley Maier on August 13, 2012
Engaging bystanders in the prevention of sexual and domestic violence
Engaging Bystanders in the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence supports users in applying bystander engagement theory to sexual and domestic violence prevention work. It provides examples of successful bystander engagement projects at all levels of the social ecology and outlines steps for planning bystander engagement initiatives.
Intended for those who have an understanding of foundational prevention concepts, this course guides learners through a lesson that includes a presentation and core bystander engagement documents, offering opportunities to test one’s learning.
Access the course and related materials and opportunities at learn.preventconnect.org.
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