Prevention Town Hall: Preventing Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence After One Year of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Thursday, 18 March 2021

As our collective context shifts in response to the coronavirus pandemic, so too has the work to prevent sexual and intimate partner violence. We’ve witnessed a year of loss and a year of reckoning with systems, institutions, and structures that cause violence and inequity. Join PreventConnect to learn how people working to prevent sexual and intimate partner violence have adapted to the challenges of the past year and met the moment to forge new possibilities and a new normal.


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