By Ashley Maier on August 22, 2013 · tagged as , , , ,

Bystander intervention: Focusing on social justice

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Thursday, September 12, 2013
11 AM to 12:30 PM Pacific Time
(2 PM to 3:30 PM Eastern)

Bystander intervention has emerged as a popular and powerful strategy for the prevention of sexual and domestic violence.  This web conference will further national dialogue on the strategy, with a particular focus on social justice.  It will highlight new publications about bystander intervention from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, as well as provide examples of successful integration of a social justice framework into the strategy.


Erin McCready

Erin McCready

Host: David Lee and Ashley Maier, CALCASA, PreventConnect

Presenters: 

Materials:

photo of Graham Goulden

Graham Goulden

Cost: Free

Learning Objectives:

Participants will:

  1. Explain how bystander intervention strategies contribute to the prevention of sexual and domestic violence
  2. Identify at least 3 resources to assist in implementing a bystander intervention strategy to prevent sexual and domestic violence
  3. Articulate how to integrate a social justice approach into a bystander intervention strategy to prevent sexual and domestic violence
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Sally Laskey

What is a Web Conference?
A web conference is an opportunity to attend an online presentation by watching a slides on your computer screen (using your internet connection) and hearing the presenters through your telephone. Our web conferences feature an opportunity to participate in an online question & answer sessions and live text chat between participants. If for some reason you are unable to join on your computer, you can download the presentation slides and listen to the presentation on your telephone.

Real-Time Captioning Available
Instructions for accessing real-time captioning will be provided after registration.

Ashley Maier

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Ashley Maier, MSW, MPA, has worked in the movement to end gendered violence for well over a decade. She began as a volunteer at a domestic violence shelter in Illinois, served as a hospital-based advocate in St. Louis, coordinated community health/family violence training programs for pediatric residents in St. Louis and San Diego, and managed Oregon’s Rape Prevention and Education (RPE) grantees and program. Ashley is a contributing author to Lantern Book’s 2013 publication, Defiant Daughters: 21 Women on Art, Activism, Animals, and The Sexual Politics of Meat.

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