Bystander Intervention

Describes how a bystander approach gives community members specific roles that they can use in preventing sexual violence, including naming and stopping situations before they happen, stepping in during an incident, and speaking out against ideas and behaviors that support sexual violence. Describes the skills needed to be an effective and supportive ally to survivors after an assault has taken place.

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