Being an Active Bystander during COVID-19
Every single one of us plays a role in violence prevention. You can still be an active bystander during COVID-19 physical distancing and social isolation.
The effects of COVID-19 and its uncertainties are increasing anxiety and stress on ALL our relationships. It may be happening to you, someone close to you, or someone in your community. Sometimes, we know it can become serious and violent. We need to watch out for each other and pay attention – we still have the opportunity to be effective bystanders.
Together with MATE Griffith University, we have produced a handy tip sheet to help navigate moments where you are concerned for family, friends, colleagues, neighbours or strangers.