The Active Bystander Programme aims to train UCL students to recognise and challenge problematic behaviours, such as bullying, harassment and sexual misconduct both on- and off-campus. The programme is part of our journey towards social and cultural change and compliments other initiatives across the Students' Union and UCL, such as UCL's Respect and Inclusion module or sexual harassment training provided for clubs and societies by the Union.
After completing the online module and quiz, come along to one of our live workshops which are run by our experienced workshop leaders. Each workshop lasts around 75 minutes.
The workshop builds on the knowledge gained in the online module and teaches you the practical skills to safely intervene should you ever witness a situation where someone is being mistreated. The session also offers a chance for you to ask questions and discuss bullying, harassment and sexual misconduct with your peers.
If you have questions about the programme, please check our FAQs below.