Continuing the Dialogue: Learning from the Past & Looking to the Future of Intimate Partner Violence & Sexual Violence Prevention

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2019
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In the early 2000s, CDC reviewed theoretical frameworks for sexual violence prevention and sought input from external partners in the field, resulting in the publication Sexual Violence Prevention: Beginning the Dialogue (2004), which helped to launch a national conversation about moving upstream to prevent violence before it occurs. Continuing the Dialogue: Learning from the Past and Looking to the Future of Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Violence Prevention serves as a follow-up piece to Beginning the Dialogue, exploring lessons learned over the past 15 years and highlighting paths forward for the prevention field.

A follow-up to CDC's Beginning the Dialogue publication, Continuing the Dialogue aims to:

  • Serve as a resource for prevention that is an update to Beginning the Dialogue
  • Reflect how far the field has come in terms of both embracing primary prevention and implementing strategies across the Social Ecological Model
  • Encourage a shift toward cross-sector and community-specific partnerships
  • Highlight the direction in which the prevention field is moving

Download Continuing the Dialogue from CDC's website.

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