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Together - more than bystanders
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MOTIVATING MEN AND WOMEN TO WORK TOGETHER TO END MEN'S VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN  

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 MORE THAN BYSTANDERS  -  Issue 8

 MARCH UPDATE 2016

What if you could stop violence against women before it starts? You Can.
50% of the time discrimination, sexism, abuse and violent situations stop when a person intervenes on behalf of the person being abused. As a friend, partner, work colleague, classmate, family member, etc. you are in a unique position to do something about abuses you see.

Learn how to be an effective bystander and how to confront abuses when they occur. TP Workshops offer skill-building opportunities – helping you to a point of having many options for action with only one wrong answer – and that is 'to do nothing’ 

To find our more about TP trainings visit our website or book TP by completing our online inquiry form 

 
Reminder of events coming up:

18 March, Philip Island Adventure Resort - Sudanese Families Camp - 8.00 pm. Mohamed ABD Alraham Eisa  and Poni Mansukrume, St John's Footscray, with Dr Ree Boddé, are invited by Rev Glenn Buijs (Muticultural Ministry Officer) to facilitate an Active Bystander Training Workshop for Sudanese leadership

16 March,  Deakin Edge Federation Square, 7.30am - Harnessing religion's power for peace. Archbishop Philip Freier, Rabbi Fred Morgan with Dr Hass Dellal consider the positive contribution that religion has on building peace globally and in Australia

3 April, St John's Anglican Church Heidelberg - 10.00 am. Dr Ree Boddé will speak to the congregation about bystander behaviour and the simple steps that bystanders can use to prevent gender violence
 
Prevention resources   

If you would like to show case the violence prevention work of your community or submit any success (or partial success) that you've had as an active bystander click here 

Think Prevent is edited by Rosemary McCoy and Jill Graham; information is issued by Kempster Consultants. The inclusion of information about events, links, and reports within the e-Newsletter is not necessarily endorsed or supported by the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne, its program partners Brotherhood of St Laurence or Anglicare Victoria

For further information contact: Dr Ree Boddé  (M) 0450039288. Email: thinkprevent@gmail.com

 
We declare our commitment to be an Active Bystander against discrimination, sexism, abuse and violence whether at home, on the sports field, at work, in my house of worship, or out with friends, family, colleagues, or workmates.
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