Health Equity Approaches to Preventing Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence Session 3: Partnering With Sectors and Movements
This web conference was open to CDC RPE & DELTA Impact recipients and sub recipients.
Restructuring systems to be anti-oppressive and advance sexual and intimate partner violence prevention takes the commitment and insights of community members, organizations, social justice movements, and more. Many different sectors and fields touch the daily lives of communities and the people that live, work, and play in them and they all have a role to play in advancing equity and preventing violence. Join PreventConnect for our third and final session in the Health Equity Approaches to Preventing Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence series and hear from guests who are advancing health equity through partnering across sectors and movements.
- Describe examples of sexual and domestic violence prevention efforts that are reflective of community engagement processes
- Identify practices to support and sustain community engagement and advance health equity through violence prevention
- PowerPoint slides [PDF]
Ashleigh Klein-Jimenez, PreventConnect & ValorUS
Cierra Olivia Thomas-Williams, Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence + Indiana Disability Justice
Sydney Ormerod, Women’s Resource Center
Krista D’Amico,Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Cynthia Roberts, Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence
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