One Wave is Tulane's bystander intervention initiative that aims to equip our community with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to intervene in situations that involve, or have the potential to involve sexual assault. One Wave empowers each Tulanian to proactively and outwardly support norms and actions that protect from violence.
Traditionally, a bystander is anyone who is aware of violence present in our community and/or witnesses a moment of harm without action. One Wave empowers bystanders to take action. A One Wave Bystander is someone who actively does something to create an environment of greater safety. One act, one bystander can make a difference.
One Wave workshops are 1-hour peer-led conversations that provide foundational knowledge and skills on how each of us can help keep our peers and communities safe from sexual violence. After this training you will be able to recognize potential moments of harm, acknowledge barriers that stop us from acting, and identify realistic ways to intervene.
This 2-hour training is designed to empower you with the skills and support to create and sustain positive norms in your organization that protect from violence. Student organizations, residence halls, and groups have a powerful presence and role in defining what is acceptable behavior on campus, not only among their communities, but within the greater Tulane's greater community. You can be a part of creating a safer Tulane.
This 2-hour workshop is designed to showcase the student training while inspiring faculty and staff to consider their role in gender-based violence prevention. This workshop will equip participants to integrate moments of prevention within existing relationships, spheres of influence, and daily activities.