By Ashleigh Klein-Jimenez on July 10, 2018 · tagged as , , ,

PreventConnect Web Conference Guest Profiles

 

PreventConnect web conferences routinely feature the work and experiences of prevention practitioners from across the country, engaged in a variety of strategies to prevent sexual and domestic violence.

Our web conference series this year, produced with our partners at Prevention Institute, embraces the theme, From a Cycle of Violence to a Culture of Safety and Equity. Guests in this series have joined us to discuss the value of community-level prevention and to share strategies, resources, and tools to support innovative approaches to sexual and domestic violence prevention.

To continue the conversation and learning outside of PreventConnect web conferences, we are releasing web conference guest profiles that showcase the work that our guests are doing to prevent sexual and domestic violence in their communities. These profiles offer an opportunity to hear more from our guests, access resources that have been useful to them, and to take a deeper look at prevention in practice. Check back regularly as more profiles will be added soon!

Guest profiles available now:

From our web conference, From Foundations to Innovations: Applying a public health approach to prevent sexual and domestic violence

From our web conference, How to Build Organizational Capacity to Support Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention

From our web conference, Toward Gender Equity: Supporting healthy masculinities for sexual and domestic violence prevention

From our web conference, Addressing Access to Alcohol and Alcohol Environments for Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention

From our web conference, Community-Level Indicators: Advancements in Evaluating Sexual, Domestic, and Other Forms of Violence Prevention

From our web conference, Participatory Action in Schools: Improving school climate and safety in K-12 schools for sexual and teen dating violence prevention

From our web conference, Culturally-Informed Prevention: Preventing sexual and domestic violence in communities of color

 

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