We know the past several years have brought some incredible change in how society addresses sexual assault and domestic violence, but there’s always more we can do to keep pushing for a better, safer world for all of us.
That’s why we are continuing to take action where it counts.
NO MORE, Uber, local law enforcement, nightlife community, and local rape crisis centers partnered on the campaign—“Stand up, Don’t Stand By”— to promote safety and help prevent sexual assault before it starts.
The end goal is to ensure respect, safety, and fun are all a part of going out—from the club door to the car door to the front door.
The “Stand up, Don’t Stand By” campaign follows the 2017 announcement of Uber’s multi-year “Driving Change” commitment that includes both internal and external sexual assault and domestic violence awareness and prevention initiatives. This reflected a partnership with NO MORE and a number of organizations including Raliance (the coalition of leading sexual assault organizations: California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, National Alliance to End Sexual Violence and National Sexual Violence Resource Center), the National Network to End Domestic Violence, Women of Color Network, Inc., Casa de Esperanza, A CALL TO MEN, and the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs.
This is one more way we will come together to fight sexual violence, and to say: NO MORE.
The NO MORE + Uber teams