By Ashleigh Klein-Jimenez on November 29, 2018 · tagged as , , , ,

2018 National Sexual Assault Conference: Focus, Framing & Facts: Promoting prevention with strategic communication choices

The 2018 National Sexual Assault Conference, “Bold Moves: Ending Sexual Violence in One Generation,” was held in Anaheim, CA, August 29-31 2018. This workshop was part of the Prevention track, co-sponsored by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault. Learn more and access workshop materials here.

Preventing sexual violence is possible. It is also a complex issue that can be difficult to communicate effectively. In this workshop, Julie Patrick and Kristen Houser of RALIANCE share strategies for how to effectively frame and deliver key messages about prevention. The session aims to build skills for practitioners to deliver effective prevention messages, use plain language that everyone can understand, and increase accessibility of messages to more audiences.

For more information on communicating about sexual violence prevention, be sure to check out another resource from RALIANCE – Where we’re going and where we’ve been: Making the case for preventing sexual violence.

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