Building broad partnerships to prevent violence against women
July 7, 2009, and repeated July 9, 2009
Engaging in broad partnerships is an excellent way to support a comprehensive violence against women prevention strategy. This web conference focused on community organizations that engage in such prevention partnerships, and discussed the strategies needed to support and maintain such partnerships over time.
Presenters: Larry Cohen, Rachel Davis and Christine Chang, Prevention Institute
- Tony Porter, A Call to Men
- KC Wagner, ILR School, Cornell University, [Biography]
- Lonnie McAdoo, AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts
- Understand the role of engaging diverse sectors in the movement to end violence against women.
- Identify promising strategies for partnering with diverse sectors in the movement.
- Explore the challenges and opportunities of expanding partnerships to build a broader movement for primary prevention of violence against women
- The video recordings of these sessions are no longer available.
- Slides [PDF]
- Handouts [PDF]
- 10 Things Men Can Do To End Men’s Violence Against Women from A Call to Men
- New York Labor Union Coalition Against Domestic Violence Materials [Brochure] [Poster]
- Poised for Prevention: Advancing Promising Approaches to Primary Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence [Prevention Institute]