Veto Violence

Introducing the New VetoViolence

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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Veto Violence website is a comprehensive online resource which includes a variety of tools and strategies for the prevention of all types of violence. Resources are categorized by type of violence: Youth Violence, Intimate partner Violence, Sexual Violence, Child Maltreatment and Suicide, all of which make many helpful connections between all forms of violence and appropriate prevention strategies.

This website provides a comprehensive online resource for research, tools and best practices which includes interactive and free training and tools, such as the Violence Prevention 101 for beginners that teaches the public health approach to primary prevention. Veto Violence also links to other relevant resources and publications such as and online and interactive version of Understanding Evidence and Dating Matters.


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UPCOMING WEBINAR May 16, 2024 | 2pm Eastern / 11am Pacific The Measuring Love Series from PreventConnect is designed to build knowledge and provide tools and guidance for practicing radical love starting with self. It is designed for practitioners and leaders who are and who support people impacted by oppression to be more conscious, explicit, and heart-centered in ways that build love+power for self, teams, and communities.
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