By David Lee on July 14, 2011 · tagged as ,

2010 Ending Violence Against Women & Teen Dating Violence: A Forum for Primary Prevention Advocates

 

At the end of June, PreventConnect attended the California Department of Public Health‘s 2011 forum, which was a neccessary reminder that we still had great audio content from the 2010 event! The 2010 forum, which took place in Sacramento, Calif., June 13-14, was also sponsored by Safe and Active Communities.

 

  (93 mins) Jackson Katz, anti-sexist male activist, talks about the need for more men to became involved in the work to end violence against women.
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(76 mins) Dr. Clea McNeely, from the Center for the Study of Youth and Political Violence in the Department of Public Health at the University of Tennessee, breaks down the teen years as they relate to the prevention of teen dating violence.
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(38 mins) Brian O’Connor, Director of Communications at Futures Without Violence, discusses some best practices for teen dating violence prevention.
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(44 mins) Elizabeth Reed, Assistant Professor in the Department of Prevention & Community Health at George Washington University, talks about losing the gender in gender-based violence.
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Kathy Moore

(66 mins) In this panel presentation, facilitated by Kathy Moore from the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence and CALCASA’s Chad Sniffen, panelists discuss building intergenerational partnerships for preventing teen dating violence.
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