WE WOULD LIKE TO INVITE YOU TO ATTEND THE NEXT FREE TRAINING:
Please note you must register in advance for all trainings. Registration is capped at 1,000 people per training.
- More dates coming soon.
Don’t see the training times you’re looking for? We also have free bystander intervention trainings to address gender-based harassment.
We understand that experiencing online harassment can be overwhelming and exhausting. We also know it’s hard to identify what to do first and what may be the best ways to respond.
In this free, one-hour, interactive training, we’ll teach you the tools you could use to protect yourself and the steps you can take to respond.
First, we’ll learn what online harassment is and what tactics are used to harass. Then we’ll share three strategies to respond to harassment: Trust your instincts, reclaim your space, and practice resilience. While we’ll talk through these, you will learn some tips to assess your safety and tight your digital security and understand the importance of reporting, documenting, and seeking support. You’ll also get tips to practice resilience and find information on how to help to prepare your organization to prevent and respond.
We hope you’ll join us to learn how we can all band together to make the internet a safer, more diverse, and more equitable place.
- PEN America, Online Harassment Field Manual: with an explanation of what online abuse is and sections on how to prepare, respond, practice self-care, and offer support.
- HeartMob, by Hollaback! A platform where you can share your story of online abuse and get resources and support from a vetted community of bystanders ready to intervene on your behalf.
- 5D’s of Bystander Intervention, by Hollaback! Here we unpack Hollaback!’s 5D’s: Distract, Delegate, Document, Delay, and Direct.
- Digital Safety Guides, by Hollaback! The guides give user-friendly information on how use different platforms’ reporting and privacy tools.
- Harvard Business Review, You’re Not Powerless In The Face of Online Harassment (also available on Slate)
- Why You Should Dox Yourself (Sort Of), by Slate
- Social Media & Privacy Safety Checklist, by New York Times
- Social Media: Trolling and Doxxing by the Rory Peck Trust
- Speak Up and Stay Safer ® : A Guide to Protecting Yourself From Online Harassment by Feminist Frequency
- Take Back the Tech website
- Legal Remedies to Address Online Harassment by International Press Institute (IPI)
- Filing a Complaint with the IC3 by Federal Bureau of Investigation Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)
- Resilience training in the face of 2020 by Hollaback!
- Bystander Intervention: how to be an ally when you witness online abuse training by Hollaback! in collaboration with PEN America
- Online Harassment Resources by HeartMob
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
- Lastpass Password Security
Websites to ‘dedox’ yourself:
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