By PreventConnect on May 3, 2007

Organizational Practices and Violence Against Women: Implications for Prevention

Presenters: Larry Cohen & Greta Tubbesing, Prevention Institute.

Host: David Lee, Prevention Connection

Prevention of violence against women requires comprehensive approaches. Significant opportunities to create lasting change exist by making changes to organizational practices. This web conference explored in-depth Changing Organizational Practices from the Spectrum of Prevention.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand why organizational practice change is critical to preventing violence against women.
  • Identify sectors and organizational fucntions to target for change.
  • Learn about examples of organizational practice change to support the prevention of violence against women.
  • Experiement with the use of technology to promote interactive learning and dialogue.

Recording:

Materials:

  • Slides (1 per page , color) [PDF]
  • Handouts (3 slide per page, black & white) [PDF]
  • Contents of Text Chat during conference [PDF]

We recommend you are familiar with the Spectrum of Prevention before viewing the web conference recording. Please read, listen, or watch one or more of the following:

  • The Spectrum of Prevention On-Line Presentation
  • The Spectrum of Prevention Podcast
  • Spectrum of Prevention Overview [PDF]
  • Spectrum of Prevention: Developing a Comprehensive Approach to Injury Prevention [PDF]
  • Sexual Violence and the Spectrum of Prevention: Towards a Community Solution [PDF]
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