“In the end we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.”
                         – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Our behaviors matter. Learn how you can make a difference—from small everyday acts of kindness to combating a culture that normalizes sexual violence. Through risk reduction strategies, Action Zone teaches you how to actively intervene in ways that feel safe and true to you and the situation. Discover your unique intervention style through personality quizzes, reflect on the impact you have on your communities, and help us create a culture of consent, respect, and positive sexuality at NYU (and beyond!)

 

Open Training

Each semester, the Health Promotion office also holds open trainings for members of the NYU community. Training is open to students, faculty, administrators, and staff. Click here to register!

Fall 2018 Open Training Dates:

Frioday, October 5th, 2018
2pm-4pm

Friday, October 19th, 2018
2pm-4pm

Friday, November 9th, 2018
2pm-4pm

Friday, December 7th, 2018
2pm-4pm

By Request

Want to arm your group, class or organization with essential bystander intervention skills? Join a growing number of your friends and colleagues who are equipped to create a safer NYU community. Click here to request an Action Zone session.

Groups who have hosted Action Zone include: Welcome Week Leaders, Residence Hall Professional Staff, Resident Assistants, Alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, NYU Abu Dhabi, Student Resource Center, Polytechnic School of Engineering, GLAM, Active Minds at NYU, Counseling and Wellness Services Staff, Student Health Center Medical Staff, CAS College Cohort Leaders, Students for Sexual Respect, Liberal Studies Student Leaders, Liberal Studies Academic Advisors and Administrators, Silver School of Social Work’s Sexual Violence Awareness Committee.

Join the Action Zone Bystander
Intervention team!

Apply now to lead Action Zone Bystander Intervention training sessions for members of the NYU community. If you are graduating in 2017 or later and have already attended at least one session as a participant, then you are eligible to become a facilitator. The requirements are simple:

  • Participate in a brief interview with a current member of the team
  • Attend facilitator training
  • Facilitate at least one Action Zone Bystander Intervention session per semester

Questions?

Contact the Health Promotion office.