Prevention as Social Change: Bridging Sexual and Domestic Violence and Social Justice Movements
More and more the field of sexual and domestic violence is using social change models as part of their prevention strategies. The commitment to social change and understanding sexual and domestic violence in the context of oppression is not without challenges. Learn from others whose approaches compliment or collaborate with a social justice approach in order to change the norms that support sexual and domestic violence.
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
See below for the recording and slides from this web conference.
Host:David Lee, CALCASA, PreventConnect
Presenters: Annie Lyles and Carolina Guzaman, Prevention Institute
- Engage in a candid discussion about the challenges and opportunities in developing partnerships and dynamic collaboration.
- Provide examples of lessons learned from people and agencies with experience.
- Identify opportunities to incorporate population-based efforts such as organizational practice and policy change within the collaboration.
- Identify potential indicators for measuring the impact and outcomes of efforts.