Unfiltered with Jill Krop examines a YouTube video titled “Public Rape Experiment”, which focusses on the reaction of bystanders to a potential sexual assault. Recorded in a public washroom, the bystanders were in fact reacting to a staged audio recording. EVA BC’s Research and Projects Manager Joanne Baker was among experts asked to speak about the bystander effect, and spoke about how it relates to our Be More Than A Bystander Initiative.
To see the full segment, visit Global News – Bystanders React to Sexual Assault Experiment.
To see the original YouTube video by fouseyTUBE uploaded on April 22 2014, visit The Public Rape Experiment.