Bystander Education and Training, EVA Notes

“To be able to make a positive impression on young people is… a pretty powerful thing. This is an issue that affects us every bit as much as it affects other people. Just because we wear armour and crash into other guys doesn’t mean violence is an answer to solving issues off the field.” – Travis Lulay, BC Lions Quarterback and Be More Than A Bystander spokesperson

The January 2016 edition of EVA Notes discusses how the bystander model engages men and boys in ending violence against women and girls.

Download EVA Notes January 2016