Two Peer Education Programs from Northeastern University

Every year, millions of Americans are effected by violence. They are our mothers and fathers, our sisters and brothers, our sons and daughters, and our friends. It is time we all do something to stop violence. The Center for the Study of Sport in Society offers two innovative programs that address violence prevention using the Bystander Approach:  Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) and Project Teamwork (PTW).

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SCREAM Athletes from Rutgers University

This program, based on the SCREAM Theater model but performing specifically for members of the athletic community, uses student athletes as peer educators to explore attitudes, beliefs, community standards, and aspects of the athletic culture that support the occurrence of interpersonal violence.

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