web conference

Restorative Justice: A Promising Approach to Ending Child Sexual Abuse

Date: 
Monday, 10 November 2014

Register now for the this 11/25/14 web conference in the #PowerInPrevention: Ending Child Sexual Abuse series from PreventConnect and Ms. Foundation for Women.

Men's Action Networks: Engaging Men as Allies in Prevention Webinar

Date: 
Wednesday, 11 June 2014

NAMEN is pleased to sponsor and present a webinar, June 12th at 1:00 pm EST, on engaging men in state and regional networks for the purpose of promoting safe and healthy communities.

Introducing PreventIPV: Tools for social change from PreventConnect

Date: 
Monday, 9 June 2014

Register now for this PreventConnect web conference introducing PreventIPV and spotlighting two innovative prevention strategies that have been formally evaluated and found effective.

Web Conference Series: Joining our Fellow Travelers

Date: 
Monday, 12 May 2014

PreventConnect, a project of the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, recently announced 2014 series of web conferences.

Recent News

Thursday, 30 April 2020
This second blog post of the series from PreventConnect is about informing and advocating with funders and policymakers during this time of crisis. It spotlights Ujima’s policy efforts to support Black women and the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health’s guidance on strategic partnerships between philanthropy and grantees to best support families and communities.
Thursday, 23 April 2020
Children, youth, and families are experiencing intensified stresses and new traumas as our country and the entire world works to contain the novel coronavirus and save lives. This first blog of the series from PreventConnect unpacks the increased risks for violence in the home during this time of crisis and spotlights efforts by Center at McKinleyville in Humboldt County, CA and the National Compadres Network to support connection and care.

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