MATE Bystander training
Multi-function room 2,
1 William Street, Brisbane
Bystander training aims to teach participants how to use their personal leadership in positive ways by taking a bystander approach to violence prevention. This approach is important because it does not view all men as perpetrators and women as victims, rather it views all people as bystanders who can be empowered to address harmful and abusive behaviour involving their peers. MATE makes the complicated and diverse issues of violence against women accessible to the general population by engaging participants in a discussion not only about abusive behaviour but also about the ways we create a culture that nurtures gender inequality.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander career pathways participants
This course is available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander career pathways participants. Limited spaces are available. To register or to find out more, please contact the career pathways team at email@example.com.