Expanding Partnerships & Linkages: Key Directions in Sexual & Domestic Violence Prevention

Expanding Partnerships & Linkages: Key Directions in Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention

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2017
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This report from PreventConnect and Prevention Institute describes the evolving field of domestic and sexual violence prevention. It summarizes key findings, examples of innovative work, and resources from PreventConnect's 2016 web conference series. The report includes strategies to address multiple forms of violence and community trauma, advice for building alliances with social justice movements, and more.

This report provides prevention practitioners with concrete advice and resources for engaging in community partnerships with social justice movements and other sectors to achieve shared goals. It also includes specific real-world examples of quality prevention and ideas for collaborative action.

Preventionists can use this report to find innovative ideas and resources for forming new partnerships and collaborating for social change.

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