Gloucestershire charity, the Hollie Gazzard Trust, is hosting an insightful conference on the power of Active Bystander training on Wednesday 10 July 2024.
In the first event of its kind, attendees can hear from industry experts and leading academics about how Active Bystander training can transform communities, empowering people with the tools they need to intervene in harassment, abuse or violence and potentially save lives.
Keynote speakers include the Bishop of Gloucester, the Rt. Reverend Rachel Treweek; chair of the Race and Equality Commission Gloucestershire, Rupert Walters; Exeter University associate professor, Rachel Fenton; Dr Nathan Eisenstadt from Kindling Interventions; and Hartpury's deputy principal, Lesley Worsfold.
The conference forms part of the Hollie Gazzard Trust's programme of events to mark the charity's 10-year anniversary and is supported by headline sponsor Hartpury University and Hartpury College, with additional sponsorship from Fraser Allen Estate Management, Elmrep and Newent Community School and Sixth Form Centre.
Tickets cost £50 and will be limited to 100 spaces, available on a first-come, first-served basis.
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