Eight Steps to Coalition Building
|Eight Steps to Coalition Building
(14:41 minutes) Preventing violence against women requires comprehensive approaches. Often, the best way to ensure a comprehensive strategy is to build a diverse coalition. This presentation highlights the Eight Steps to Coalition Building and explores in-depth the process of deciding whether or not a coalition is appropriate to selecting the best membership and conducting ongoing evaluation.
These materials were created by Prevention Institute, a national non-profit organization working to put prevention at the center of community well-being.
This presentation was adapted from the Prevention Connection Web Conference "Eight Steps to Coalition Building: Fostering Strategic Partnerships to Prevent Violence Against Women" held on January 23, 2008.
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