How to Build Organizational Capacity to Support Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention

Wednesday, 28 February 2018


Capacity building is not just about developing and implementing a program, but rather incorporating prevention into all aspects of an agency's work, with attention to issues of equity. When organizations have the ability to make prevention and health equity a priority, they can better support the social change that is necessary to stop sexual and domestic violence before it even happens. Join us for a web conference centered on how organizations can change their internal and external strategies to better support primary prevention and serve communities.

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