Sustaining a Violence Against Women Prevention Movement
To make our web conferences available to as many people as possible, we offer two sessions per web conference topic. The 2nd session is a repeat of the 1st session.
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
2nd Session (Repeat of first session):
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Both ninety-minute sessions will start at 11 AM Pacific Daylight Time. In other time zones, that will be:
|2:00 PM||to||3:30 PM||in Atlantic ST (Puerto Rico & Virgin Islands)|
|2:00 PM||to||3:30 PM||in Eastern DST|
|1:00 PM||to||2:30 PM||in Central DST|
|12:00 PM||to||1:30 PM||in Mountain DST|
|11:00 AM||to||12:30 PM||in Mountain ST (Arizona, Non-Navajo)|
|11:00 AM||to||12:30 PM||in Pacific DST|
|10:00 AM||to||11:30 AM||in Alaska DST|
|9:00 AM||to||10:30 AM||in Hawai’i-Aleutian DST (Aleutian Islands)|
|8:00 AM||to||9:30 AM||in Hawai’i-Aleutian ST (Hawai’i)|
|7:00 AM||to||8:30 AM||in Samoa ST (American Samoa & Midway)|
This forum will present a discussion of the resources and tools needed to support and sustain a violence against women primary prevention movement (e.g., proper framing of issues, research and evaluation, tool development, training and technical assistance, resource development, etc.), and a discussion of strategies to create and/or obtain these resources (e.g., broad-based partnerships, legislation and advocacy, etc.).
David Lee,Prevention Connection, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Session 1: Rachel Davis and Annie Lyles, Prevention Institute
Session 2: Sana Chemini and Annie Lyles, Prevention Institute
- Tonya Lovelace, Project Manager, Women of Color Network
- Patty Wetterling, Sexual Violence Prevention Program Director, Minnesota Department of Health
- Explore a framework for, and gauge progress in, creating a long-lasting violence against women primary prevention movement.
- Identify roles and strategies to maintain the momentum of the movement in challenging times.
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