A bystander is a person who witnesses a boundary violation or sees a situation where a child is vulnerable. Being prepared to intervene as a bystander is key to preventing child sexual abuse. In this training you will learn how to be an active bystander in child sexual abuse prevention and response. You will receive examples of boundary violations and inappropriate behaviors, and how you can make spontaneous and planned interventions that reinforce boundaries and protect children.
During the training, you will hear compelling stories from experts and survivors about being an active bystander. You will also: