This hub brings together resources and opportunities to support students' journey to becoming active bystanders and building a safer and more inclusive University community.
Active Bystander Intervention Courses
As a community, we are actively building safer and more inclusive spaces, proactively educating ourselves and others, and empowering our community with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to intervene safely and effectively in response to unacceptable attitudes and behaviour.
Learn more about the history of the Active Bystander approach at Warwick.
We want to celebrate and share your experiences of positive active bystander interventions. We encourage you to share your experience of being an active bystander and help empower others.
Tell us where you've made use of your training and taken action, or where you've seen someone carry out a positive intervention.
Signposting to / accessing support services
This information sheet includes support services for people who may be experiencing, or have experienced, sexual violence or abuse.
This list of local support services covers a wide range of issues, including drug and alcohol recovery, domestic abuse, mental health crises, homelessness, and housing support.
Wider university initiatives and support
There are many opportunities for students to engage with efforts to tackle sexual violence and abuse, hate and harassment, and other harmful behaviours, as well as efforts more broadly to build a safer, more inclusive University community.
Consent, healthy relationships, and active bystander resources
This international collection of resources includes many resources on the topics of consent, healthy relationships, and active bystander intervention. It includes videos like 'Tea and Consent' and 'Cycling Through Consent', booklets, poster series, blogs, web comics, games, infographics, and activities.
Stay in touch
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Call for volunteers:
Help us to develop the Student Active Bystander Champion network.
Our aim is to support students to continue spreading the message about the active bystander approach within their student sub-communities.
Although your involvement is voluntary, we may offer gift vouchers as a thank you for your time for participating in any more time-intensive activities.