"Primary prevention makes preventing violence everyone’s responsibility and asserts that we all have a role to play in changing the culture, structures and attitudes that drive violence against women." Our Watch
An ethical bystander is an individual whose behaviour intervenes in ways that positively impact the event and its outcome. We all have a role when it comes to preventing sexual, domestic and family violence.
Offensive jokes, derogatory language, and sexual harassment create an environment in which rape, abuse and assault become permissible. Jokes and language affect how we perceive these issues, and in turn how we respond.
A 1 hour tailored webinar will help professional:
- Understand the role of psychologically safe workplaces in achieving gender equality;
- Identify jokes, derogatory language and harassing behaviours which can normalise violence;
- Recognise when someone needs help and ;
- Gain skills in safe intervention methods.
This webinar will be presented by NSW Rape and DV Service, Natasha Mikitas, Training and Professional Services Manager. Hosted: Angela Hall, White Ribbon Workplace Accreditation Program, South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD).
This webinar has been tailored for South Western Sydney Local Health District and invite other partner agencies who have completed or are participating in White Ribbon Workplace Accreditation Program, to make a difference in South Western Sydney. Acknowledgement to SWSLHD Primary and Community Health, who are sponsoring this event.
Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia supports people affected by sexual, domestic or family violence. We believe they deserve to be listened to and supported in their recovery. We offer telephone, online and face to face counselling to people of all genders who have experienced sexual, domestic or family violence, and their supporters. We also advocate with governments, the media and the community to prevent and end violence
South Western Sydney Local Health District hosting a series of 20 professional development webinars that unpacked some need to know information for building knowledge, skill and application to response to violence abuse and neglect. Starting on White Ribbon Day Friday 20th November, followed by the 16 days of Activism against gendered based violence Wednesday 25th November to Thursday 10th December – International Human Rights Day. These webinars were designed to maximise time and learning by staff attending a 1 hour short and sharp Breakfast bite Webinar or Lunchtime bite Webinar, accessible both live and some post event by recording.
Event InformationFriday 11th December 13:00 - 14:00
Campbelltown NSW, Australia
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This venue is accessible for people with disability