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Washburn University - Living Learning Center, Blair Room

1801 Southwest Jewell Avenue

Topeka, KS 66604

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This training is open to all Washburn University students, faculty, and staff.

Dates available:

9/12 or 9/26 from 4:00p - 4:50p

9/13, 9/20, or 9/27 from 11:00a - 11:50a

*This training is not the 8/1 or 8/10 training for individuals who are interested in being facilitators. This training is for individuals who are interested in learning more about bystander intervention, but do not want to be facilitators.*

Men and women are potential bystanders or witnesses to risky behavior and can learn about the role of becoming an active bystander.

Bystander training provides skill development based on founding work by Jackson Katz, Alan Berkowitz, and John Foubert.

Bringing in the Bystander™ Learning Objectives

• Develop skills for safely intervening.

• Increase knowledge and awareness of scope and causes of sexual violence.

• Increase a sense of responsibility for creating change on WU campus.

(Plante, Banyard, Moynihan, & Eckstein, revised 2008)

To learn more or get involved, contact Project Coordinator shelley.bearman@washburn.edu.

Space is limited, reserve your spot today!

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