Addressing Access to Alcohol and Alcohol Environments for Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention
While alcohol alone may not be a driver of violence, research shows that an increased concentration of alcohol establishments in communities heightens risk for multiple forms of violence, including sexual and domestic violence. This web conference will reference the evidence demonstrating connections between alcohol outlet density and violence such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s technical packages. Guests will share actions they are taking to map liquor licenses and rates of violence, address norms that often accompany alcohol establishments, and implement related policies and practices.
FACILITATORS: Alisha Somji, Prevention Institute
- Identify research on the connections between alcohol outlet density and sexual and domestic violence.
- Describe real-world examples of practitioners and advocates modifying physical and social aspects of alcohol environments to prevent sexual and domestic violence, as well as other issues.
- Engage in a candid discussion on the complex relationship between alcohol and violence and considerations for practice.
- PowerPoint Slides [PDF]
- Text Chat Transcript [PDF]
- Guest Profile: Alcohol Justice as violence prevention
- Guest profile: Changing alcohol environments to prevent sexual and domestic violence