Move to End Violence: Building Movement for Social Change

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2010
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Move to End Violence is a ten year movement building initiative. A program of the NoVo Foundation, Move to End Violence aims to strengthen leaders, organizations, and the movement working to end violence against all girls and women by providing opportunities for movement leaders to come together with the training and resources needed to envision the change they want to see, imagine new strategies, and build the capacity needed to realize this change.

Program components have a strong intersectional approach and include: transformational leadership development, organizational development, liberation from oppression, movement building for social change and social change. Core practices and resources for each program component are also available. This compendium of materials includes resources for self-care, research on evidence based and evidence informed practices as well as specific tools and exercises for community engagement and coalition building. Community networking is also available through this website.

 

Materials are available online and can be downloaded at no cost.

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