The ‘Who Are You’ campaign focuses on what each and every one of us can do to stop a possible sexual assault from happening.
It asks us all:
- What if we looked after each other?
- What if we became ‘ethical’ bystanders?
- What if we took action that could help keep others safe?
Being an ethical bystander is all about doing little things, long before we get to the point of harm. Sexual violence can have an enormous impact on people’s lives – not just the victims, but their families, partners and friends. This project asks us to consider “Who am I” and what would I do? It offers ideas about actions we can all take which will help keep everyone safe.
It’s not about being a hero or putting yourself at risk, but it is about preventing sexual violence.