Addressing the Roots: Preventing Multiple Forms of Violence through Shared Underlying Factors

Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Multiple forms of violence are shaped by structural factors such as racism and sexism, resulting in inequities in rates of violence. Practitioners are pushing back on structural factors and preventing violence by pursing strategies to improve community conditions. This web conference will explore how communities are addressing underlying factors through collaborative efforts, while promoting community resilience and healing.

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