Author/Organization: Prevention Innovations, University of New Hampshire
A set of bystander intervention marketing campaigns developed based on bystander intervention research and focus groups to raise awareness and willingness to safely intervene. The campaigns portray realistic and provocative scenarios simulating situations where active bystander behavior affects change. The campaigns are designed to help students heighten awareness, knowledge and willingness to safely act. Images and Implementation Guide included.
Resource Type: Marketing Campaign
Topics: BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, advocacy, bullying & cyberbullying, bystander, community educators, consent, gender equity, healthy & safe relationships, intimate partner violence, masculinity/men & boys, perpetrators, prevention, sexual harassment, sexual-violence, social media, stalking, title IX
Date Resource Added: May 17, 2022