Active Bystanders, or Upstanders, De-Rail Bullying

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Faith+Leader blog image for the month of April 2022, featuring the theme of belonging

Bullying behaviors can drive people away from faith communities or make those who are outside feel that people of faith do not care about them. These two posts from the archives reveal how anti-bullying training helped one congregation and community members to communicate belonging, and how active bystander training prepares people of faith to interrupt bullying and potential violence in public, creating community where everyone belongs.  

How Anti-Bullying Education Helped My Congregation

How Active Bystander Training Changes Our Witness

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