By Tiffany Fields on January 12, 2016

Beyond Partnerships: Shared Linkages for Prevention

PreventConnect is happy to announce our 2016 web conference series, Beyond Partnerships: Shared Linkages for Prevention. Join PreventConnect, our partner Prevention Institute, invited guests and experts, and prevention practitioners throughout the nation (and world) for these discussions about prevention at the community level, as well as strategies for shifting norms and the importance of collaborating with other movements. As PreventConnect’s David Lee explains in the video above, this is the year to look into deeper thinking with our prevention efforts! We look forward to exciting discussions and sharing tools to assist in your efforts to prevent sexual and domestic violence.

 

New for 2016: PreventConnect Campus will offer a series of online resources to advance the prevention of sexual and domestic violence on college campuses. Registration for the first PreventConnect Campus web conference opens January 20th!

 

Below are topics for 2016. More topics will be announced throughout the year. All PreventConnect web conferences are held at 2pm Eastern (1pm Central, noon Mountain, 11am Pacific) unless noted otherwise.

 

Web Conference Schedule

 Wednesday, February 3

From Foundations to the Future: A prevention approach to sexual and domestic violence

 Wednesday, February 10

PreventConnect Campus: Comprehensive Prevention on College Campuses

 Tuesday, February 23

#PowerInPrevention Ending Child Sexual Abuse Web Conference

Sponsored by Ms. Foundation for Women

Building a Movement to End Child Sexual Abuse

 Wednesday, March 9

Harmful Gender Norms: How can we build alliances with queer (LGBTQI2S) movements to help prevention sexual and domestic violence?

 Tuesday, March 22

PreventConnect Campus: Selecting the Right Online Module for Interpersonal Violence Prevention

 Wednesday, March 23

Harmful Gender Norms: Moving beyond binary and heteronormative approaches to preventing sexual and domestic violence

 Wednesday, March 30

Evaluating Culturally-Relevant Sexual Violence Prevention Initiatives:  Lessons learned with the Visioning Bear Circle Violence Prevention Curriculum

 Wednesday, May 4

Shared Roots: Sexual and domestic violence prevention strategies in support of social justice

 Tuesday, May 17

PreventConnect Campus: Partners in Prevention: Connecting Sexual Violence Prevention and LGBTQ-Inclusive Campus Culture

Wednesday, May 18

Coaching Boys Into Men: A 3-Part Series on Program Design, Community Engagement, and Adaptation (Session 1)

An Introduction to Violence Prevention with Male Athletes

Wednesday, June 1

Coaching Boys Into Men: A 3-Part Series on Program Design, Community Engagement, and Adaptation (Session 2)

Train- the- Trainer: Community Outreach and Training Coaches

Tuesday, June 7

PreventConnect Campus: Affirmative Consent Policies: Cultural Barriers and the Need for Affirmative Sexuality

 Wednesday, June 8

Engaging Youth in Shaping Strategies and Solutions to Prevent Sexual and Domestic Violence

Wednesday, June 15

Coaching Boys Into Men: A 3-Part Series on Program Design, Community Engagement, and Adaptation (Session 3)

Train- the- Trainer: Meeting Community Needs Through Adaptations

 Wednesday, July 13

What about Power and Patriarchy? Examining social cohesion strategies to prevent sexual and domestic violence

 Wednesday, July 20

PreventConnect Campus: Community Colleges: Opportunities for Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention

Wednesday, August 3

Authentically Engaging Communities to Prevent Sexual and Domestic Violence

Wednesday, August 17

Using Shared Risk and Protective Factors: Research into practice and policy to prevent sexual and domestic Violence

Wednesday, September 7

Equity, Trauma and Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention

Monday, September 19

PreventConnect Campus: Keeping the Climate Study Data and Other Reports Off-the-Shelf: How to Use Data to Inform Sexual and Relationship Violence and Stalking Prevention Strategies

 

 

 

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