Gender Transformative Strategies to Prevent Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence: Exploring Outcomes from Manhood 2.0 Implementation

Tuesday, 29 June 2021

As new research emerges about effective sexual and intimate partner violence prevention strategies, it’s important to explore and discuss implementation factors that contribute to success. Sexual and intimate partner violence prevention programs don’t exist in a vacuum, but are supported by connection to caring and supportive adults and peers, and by facilitators that create a space for program participants to discuss how sexual and intimate partner violence intersect and impact other parts of their lives and identities. Join PreventConnect on this web conference with researchers and implementers from Manhood 2.0, a gender transformative program to prevent sexual and intimate partner violence. Guests will share outcomes of the recent effectiveness study on Manhood 2.0, the importance of connecting gender and racial justice to violence prevention, and ideas for embedding sexual violence prevention messaging in other youth-supportive programming.


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