By Chad Sniffen on September 29, 2009 · tagged as , , ,

The Role of Leadership in Creating Momentum for Primary Prevention of Violence Against Women

(9:35 minutes) This presentations presents perspectives on the role of leadership in linking primary prevention principles with movement-building and violence against women prevention efforts, and the steps needed to move from conceptualization to actualization of core leadership principles within the movement.

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Prevention InstituteThese 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 “The Role of Leadership in Creating Momentum for Primary Prevention of Violence Against Women” web conferences given on May 5th and May 7th, 2009.Other related materials include:

  • Poised for Prevention [Download at Website]
  • Collaborative Leadership Assessment Scale [PDF]
  • Amy Lehrner and Nicole E. Allen, Still a Movement After All These Years? Current Tensions in the Domestic Violence Movement, Violence Against Women, published on March 5, 2009 [View Abstract]
  • Amy Lehrner and Nicole E. Allen, Social change movements and the struggle over meaning-making: a case study of domestic violence narratives, American Journal of Community Psychology. 2008 Dec; 42(3-4):220-34. [View Abstract]
  • Critical Conversations: How to Talk to Young People About Dating Violence [PDF] from Domestic and Sexual Violence Services of Carbon County
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Chad Keoni Sniffen has been the Information Technology, Training & Technical Assistance Specialist for the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault since September of 2006. He provides training and technical assistance on prevention-related topics to California's rape crisis centers and rape prevention programs. He also works on CALCASA's PreventConnect, the MyStrength Campaign, and other CALCASA projects. He is also responsible for maintaining and expanding CALCASA's technological infrastructure and capacity.

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