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  November 2008

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Prevention Connection Audio Podcasts

Prevention Connection frequently announces web conferences registrations, the availability of conference recordings, and the release of online media such as Podcasts and Online Presentations. In the past, we have told our audience about these events through the PreventConnect Listserv, our email Newsletters, and our Facebook Page.

With the launch of the Prevention Connection Blog, you can now also receive immediate notice of these events via our blog's RSS feed. And, if you are an Apple iTunes user, you can now subscribe to our iTunes Podcast Channel where we post all of our PreventConnect Audio recordings.


Interview Series Updates


The Prevention Connection Interview Series presents the voices of those who have been innovative, successful in implementation, and thoughtful in the development of effective violence against women prevention strategies. Our interview collection has expanded a great deal in the past few months, and now includes interviews with:

Click here to visit the Audio section of our website.


Online Presentation Series Update

Online Presentations are tutorials on topics related to the prevention of violence against women. These short (5-15 minute) narrated Flash animations can be shared with others for training, presentations, and fundraising. Issues discussed in our Web Conferences, Podcasts, and on the PreventConnect Listserv are also available as Presentations. Some of the Presentations we have available include:

Click here to visit the Presentations section of our website.

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