Watch our bystander intervention training with Julie Lalonde

The latest Stats Can report reveals an unacceptable reality: 1 in 4 women experience sexual harassment in the workplace. 

There is so much we have to do to stop sexual harassment at work, but research has shown that one of the best ways to stop these incidents is something that each and every one of us can do. It’s called bystander intervention: stepping in when someone is behaving inappropriately or aggressively.

That’s why PIPSC teamed up with Julie Lalonde, an internationally recognized women's rights advocate and educator, to host a new training on bystander intervention. She focused on how to recognize and intervene to stop sexual harassment in the workplace – because if we don’t step up for each other, we’ll never break the cycle. 

Watch the training below.