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Boundaries and respect are an important part of building a healthy relationship. The Respect Effect app encourages young people to develop skills to stay safe and promote respectful relationships both online and off.
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The IPV Prevention Council envisions a future in which a wide network of collaborative and sustained primary prevention efforts lead to the social change necessary to end intimate partner violence.
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The IPV Prevention Council represents a unified national effort committed to enhancing the capacity of state/territory domestic violence coalitions and community-based domestic violence programs to advance a comprehensive national prevention agenda and broaden support for its full implementation at the national, state, territory and local levels.

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Recent News

Thursday, 21 December 2017
PreventConnect's 2018 series will continue to build on conversations from the 2017 series that looked at partnering across sectors and movements, and explore new topics to advance the work to create healthy, safe, and equitable communities for all people.
Sunday, 10 December 2017
Spearheaded by Chicago nonprofit Options for Youth, the "What’s Up With Manhood?" program aims to redefine stereotypical images of masculinity in an effort to promote healthy relationships and choices, as well as instill a sense of responsibility.

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