Eight Steps to Coalition Building: Fostering Strategic Partnerships to Prevent Violence Against Women
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
Preventing violence against women requires comprehensive approaches. Often, the best way to ensure a comprehensive strategy is to build a diverse coalition. This web conference highlighted the Eight Steps to Coalition Building and explored in-depth the process of deciding whether or not a coalition is appropriate for selecting the best membership and conducting ongoing evaluation.
Presenters: Larry Cohen and Elizabeth Waiters, Prevention Institute
Host: David Lee, Prevention Connection
- Presentation: 1 Slide Per Page, Color [PDF]
- Presentation: 3 Slides Per Page, B&W [PDF]
- Learning Activity [PDF] [DOC]
- Understand the role that coalitions can play in achieving desired outcomes to prevent violence against women
- Be familiar with the 8 Steps to Effective Coalition Building, a tool for fostering and maintaining strategic partnerships
- Understand the relationship between objectives, coalition members, and structure to achieve outcomes
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