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Bystander / Upstander Content Topic Results

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December 2011

Penn State and the bystander approach: Laying bare the dynamics of male peer culture

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Jackson Katz shares lessons from the Penn State University sexual abuse case in this three-part series on bystander intervention as a continuation of their support of and focus on this approach to sexual violence prevention.
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December 2011

Penn State: The mother of all teachable moments for the bystander approach

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NSVRC shares lessons from the Penn State University sexual abuse case in this three-part series on bystander intervention as a continuation of their support of and focus on this approach to sexual violence prevention. This article highlights the MVP program.
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November 2011

Theories that shape our work

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This page presents the various theories guiding the work of Men Can Stop Rape, including explanations for Bystander Intervention, Socio-Ecological Model for Prevention, Social and Emotional Learning Theory, and Dominant Stories and Counter-stories of Masculinity.
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September 2011

We Can Do Better: Power and Control and Accountability Wheels for Male Aspiring Allies

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These wheels, based on the Duluth Abuse Intervention Project (DAIP) model, provide a framework for explaining men’s abuse of power and control in work to address gendered violence. The author offers a model for accountable men’s work within anti-violence movements.
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June 2011

2011 College Dating Violence and Abuse Poll

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This survey with 508 college students including 330 women and 178 men reveals that a significant number of college women (43%) are victims of dating violence.
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June 2011

A Different World is Possible: A call for long-term and targeted action to prevent violence against women and girls

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This report from the UK calls for long-term and targeted action to prevent violence against women and girls. In particular, it asks schools and other educational institutions to play their part.
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June 2011

A Different World is Possible: Promising practices to prevent violence against women and girls

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This UK report sets out 15 innovative case studies of "promising" prevention programs including workshops with boys in schools, drama groups, enabling girls at risk of gang violence to access decision makers, and training "bystanders" to intervene to challenge the attitudes of their peers.
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April 2011

Look Beneath the Surface

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This informational video on human trafficking and how to identify and assist victims is part of the Rescue & Restore Victims of Human Trafficking public awareness campaign.
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April 2011

Its time to incorporate the bystander approach

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This three-page fact sheet presents a brief overview of the bystander intervention approach to sexual violence prevention, key points about this type of intervention, evidence-based outcomes regarding the effectiveness of the approach and key resources for finding additional information about this model.
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  • NRCDV Publications
April 2011

How can I teach my campus community about engaging bystanders in prevention of sexual violence?

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The bystander approach offers opportunities to build communities and a society that does not allow sexual violence. NRCDV's April 2011 TA Question of the Month offers guidance on teaching bystander intervention on campus.
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January 2011

Where do you stand? Campaign

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This guide describes “Where Do You Stand?,” a comprehensive bystander intervention campaign for college men. The guide teaches how to use the campaign to positively change the cultural dynamics of a campus.
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January 2011

Engaging Boys and Young Men in the Prevention of Sexual Violence: A Systematic and Global Review of Evaluated Interventions

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This review of existing research examines the effectiveness of interventions for preventing boys’ and young men’s use of sexual violence.