Fostering School Environments that Prevent Teen Dating Violence and Sexual Harassment

Wednesday, 31 October 2018

With a growing evidence-base around interventions like Shifting Boundaries that focus on improving school environments to prevent teen dating violence and sexual violence, practitioners are implementing efforts that not only involve classroom lessons, but also focus on school-wide changes. Practitioners are working at the individual, relationship and community levels to comprehensively improve school climate and build environments that support safety for students and school staff. Join PreventConnect for this web conference where presenters will dive deeper into what infrastructure is needed to implement comprehensive school-based violence prevention and how practitioners are going about this.

Register here.

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