Cultivating Community Leadership & Power Within Ecosystems for Safety Session 2
This web conference was open to CDC RPE and DELTA Impact recipients and sub recipients.
Dedicated partnerships and meaningful community involvement are the backbone of long-term, sustainable upstream strategies. Transforming community conditions to prevent sexual and domestic violence requires the buy-in and expertise of stakeholders across an ecosystem of organizations, partners, and power structures. Public health and violence prevention practitioners are increasingly recognizing the critical role that community leadership and power-sharing play in creating equitable outcomes. In this two-part series, we will learn about community leadership and power-sharing and hear from presenters whose work relates to aspects of community leadership and power-sharing within an ecosystem approach. Prevention Institute will provide framing and facilitate reflection and discussion.
Session 1 materials can be found here.
Session 2 featured the California Department of Public Health and strategies and approaches they have found to be effective in centering local community leadership in primary prevention efforts.
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