Bystander Resources

Engaging Bystanders

Engaging Bystanders in Sexual Violence Prevention by Joan Tabachnick
This booklet reviews the concept of bystander intervention and explores some factors that lead people to respond. 
 

Comprometer a los espectadores en la prevención de la violencia sexual
EstComprometer a los espectadores en la prevención de la violencia sexuale libro presenta la necesidad de una orientación urgente sobre la importancia de comprometer a los espectadores en la prevención de la violencia sexual

 

It’s time …” scenarios, diagrams and discussion points

The following scenarios depict everyday interactions among people and offer discussion activities and possible responses about intervening.
It’s time ... to talk to your family
It’s time ... to discuss boundaries with your neighbors
It’s time ... to listen to your customers
It’s time ... to help your friends
It’s time ... to protect your students
It’s time ... to respect your coworkers
It’s time ... to speak up in your community

Spread the word about engaging bystanders

It’s time to share your experience
People share their stories about how they seized opportunities to get involved in sexual violence prevention.

Sample "Letter to the Editor"

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