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Content warning: This lesson contains adult content, including themes of violence and abuse.

When we see something shocking or frightening in real life, it's really common to freeze and not know what to do. But being able to respond in human trafficking means you can recognize and overcome this instinct. So in this online lesson about Overcoming passive bystanding, Phil Brewer will explain what passive bystanding means, and how to overcome it.

What you'll learn in the Overcoming passive bystanding lesson

  • The definition of the bystander effect
  • Understand the difference between passive and active bystanding
  • Use the Four-Ds technique to overcome passive bystanding

Who the Human trafficking awareness and prevention course is for

The Human trafficking awareness and prevention online course is aimed at hospitality professionals in any role and all levels of experience.


Phil Brewer

Phil Brewer is a specialist advisor on modern slavery for an organization called the Human Trafficking Foundation.

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