Bystander Intervention in Public Spaces

  • Date and time

    October 1st at 4:30 pm CST (SK)

  • Facilitator

    Hitomi Katsumi from Hollaback

About the training

We all have a responsibility to do something when we see street harassment happening, but too often we freeze. We don’t know what to do. Bystander intervention gives us tools to intervene without compromising our own safety. When we intervene, we don’t just reduce trauma for the person being street harassed. We also start to chip away at the culture that allows harassment to be so prevalent.  Alone we can’t shift the culture — but together — our actions matter.In this training our goal is to give participants the tools to intervene the next time they witness harassment in public spaces.

We will equip you with the right information on how to be an effective bystander in the midst of public space harassment using our proven 5D’s methodology, our five strategies for intervention. Then we will practice so you leave our training feeling more prepared to successfully and safely intervene.

Accessibility Information

CART captioning will be available to anyone participating in our virtual meeting.To turn on closed captioning, hover down on the menu at the bottom of your zoom screen, and click on closed captioning to see the option to turn it on. If your screen is minimized you might not see that option unless you click on the three dots which show you the rest of the menu. Once turned on, the captions should show up at the bottom of your zoom screen. If you need any further assistance with accessibility, please contact Tayef at outreach@rpirg.org

 

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It's free

With the generous sponsorship from the University of Regina Students’ Union, we are offering this training for free of cost.

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