PreventIPV Newsletter: Building Movement Synergy (Summer 2015)

Tuesday, 14 July 2015

“A synergy exists between prevention and intervention programming. One cannot exist without the other and when a balance is struck, they serve to strengthen each other. So if you have strong prevention programming, you have stronger intervention services.”

Before antiviolence programs and coalitions can truly prevent intimate partner violence (IPV), we have to build internal commitment and consider how the work of primary prevention can serve to strengthen our efforts movement-wide. 

This newsletter highlights the summer PreventIPV webinar, the recent prevention reception, and new additions to the tools inventory.

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