PreventConnect is pleased to share its 2014 series of web conferences. As PreventConnect‘s Ashley Maier and Prevention Institute‘s Annie Lyles explain in the introductory video below, this year’s web conferences focus on the theme, Joining our fellow travelers: Practical applications for expanding the impact of sexual & domestic violence prevention efforts. Web conferences in this series focus on better understanding how sexual and domestic violence preventionists work with all the people in our community, including looking at policies, institutional practices, and reaching new audiences. Watch the message from Annie Lyles and Ashley Maier below to learn more about the series.
11am to 12:30 pm Pacific Time
(2pm to 3:30pm Eastern)
- March 25: Prevention Works: Foundations in Prevention (in collaboration with Prevention Institute)
- March 26: Intimate Partner Violence in the United States – 2010: Implications for Prevention
- April 24: Growing Our Impact: Moving from individual awareness building to community norms change strategies as a part of sexual and domestic violence prevention efforts (in collaboration with Prevention Institute)
- May 21: Public Sector Partnerships: The role of local government in sexual and domestic violence prevention initiatives (in collaboration with Prevention Institute)
- May 27 (repeated May 29): Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking on Campus: Implications for Prevention
- June 23: Introducing PreventIPV: Tools for social change
- June 26: All Communities are Not Created Equal: Advancing health equity goals to enhance sexual and domestic violence prevention efforts (in collaboration with Prevention Institute)
- September 17: Shifting our Goal from Individual Knowledge Change to a Community Mobilized for Norms Change: What does it take to move from a skills building focus to practice and policy change success?(in collaboration with Prevention Institute)
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