Through-out the country, people have been implementing local primary prevention programs to end violence against women. Many of these programs have learned valuable lessons in creating support, shifting social norms and building a local movement to prevent violence against women.
In this Prevention Connection web conference, four programs shared the lessons learned to build the evidence of practice of violence against women prevention.
Host: David Lee, Prevention Connection
- Danni Grochowski, AVAIL, Antigo, WI
- Ka Lovang, Hmong / American Friendship Association, Milwaukee, WI
- Aimee Thompson, Close 2 Home, Dorchester, MA
- Kathryn Xian, SafeZone Foundation, GiRLFest Hawaii and GiRLFeST Bay Area
- The video recording of this session is no longer available.
- Text Chat Transcript [PDF]
- Slides (1 per page, Color) [PDF]
- Handouts (3 per page, Black & White) [PDF]
- Close to Home: A Community Development Response to Domestic Violence
- Close to Home Online Conference Report (Septemeber 2003): Mobilizing Family, Friends and Neighbors to Prevent Domestic Violence [PDF]
- Raising Voices
- Family Violence Prevention Fund Report: Preventing Family Violence – Community Engagement Makes the Difference
- The Community Engagement Continuum: Outreach, Mobilization, Organizing and Accountability to Address Violence Against Women in Asian and Pacific Islander Communities by Mimi Kim
- Ms. Foundation Safety Program Publications
- Domestic Violence Prevention Enhancement and Leadership Through Alliances (DELTA)
- Making the Peace by Paul Kivel & Allan Creighton, A 15-Session Violence Prevention Program for Young People
- able to describe different primary prevention efforts
- identify strategies to overcome challenges to implementing primary prevention efforts
- use technology to share ideas and lessons learned