Harmful Gender Norms: How can alliances be built with queer (LGBTQ) movements to help prevent sexual and domestic violence more effectively?
Ensuring that prevention efforts reflect the diversity of a community is a fundamental part of a commitment to health equity. Join us in conversation about the necessity of engaging directly with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer community members at the decision-making table to truly enhance prevention outcomes. This webinar will address how alignment with LGBTQ movements and identities is a necessary component of countering the harmful aspects of gender norms that lead to sexual and domestic violence.
- Engage in a candid discussion around the necessity of engaging directly with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer community members at the decision-making table to truly enhance prevention outcomes.
- Share real world examples of alignment with LGBTQ movements and identities as a necessary component of countering the harmful aspects of gender norms that lead to sexual and domestic violence.
- Identify tools and resources to support alliances between and with queer (LGBTQ) movements and sexual and domestic violence prevention efforts.
- Recording [Click here]
- Chat transcript [PDF]
- Slides [PDF]
- Web Conference Summary [PDF]
- Additional Resources provided by Liat Wexler:
Host: David Lee, PreventConnect and CALCASA
Facilitator: Myesha Williams, Program Coordinator, Prevention Institute
- Liat Wexler, Training Specialist, Center for Community Solutions
- Lolan Buhain Sevilla, Community Organizer
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