Prevention Connection
2009

This is a two part presentation by David Lee and Robert Coombs in which they highlight lessons learned from CALCASA's MyStrength program about using social marketing tools to shift cultural norms around sexual assault.  Part One. Part Two.

Prevention Connection
2009

This podcast highlights the foundations of effective sexual violence prevention that draw from both the feminist movement and from research based approaches in field such as public health.
Reading from: D.S. Lee, L. Guy, B. Perry, C. K. Sniffen, S. A. Mixson, (2007) Sexual Violence Prevention, The Prevention Researcher, Volume 14(2), pp. 15-20. ©2007, Integrated Research Services, Inc. Used with permission.
 

Prevention Connection
2009

(82 minutes) The following presentation was recorded on April 15, 2009 at Men Can Stop Rape's Men and Women as Allies National Conference on the Primary Prevention of Men’s Violence Against Women. Based on experiences from Latin America, Asia and Africa, the presenters share promising practices for engaging men, boys, women and girls in overcoming and preventing sexual violence.

Prevent Connect
2009

Podcasts from A Call to Men's 2009 national conference include: The Role Men Play in Efforts to End Violence Against Women, The Socialization of Men, Child Custody and the Oppression of Women and other related topics. 

Prevent Connect
2009

A collection of podcasts from Minnesota's 2009 Summit and think tank on preventing sexual violence.

PREVENT

This slideshow defines sexual violence, describes the scope of the problem and risk factors, identifies related data sources, and explores the impact of sexual violence and its intersection with other forms of violence.

Government Innovators Network
2008

This online forum examined facts of residency restrictions, research about the types of offenders, lack of research about effectiveness, the use of crime mapping and the practical considerations required when implementing these restrictions. * Registration is required.

PREVENT

This is a series of short, self-directed online learning modules offering an introduction to violence prevention. Each module includes several slideshow presentations with audio. A printable outline (slides and script), and a glossary are available.

Andres Villaveces, PREVENT, University of North Carolina

This slideshow presentation helps participants  to identify and evaluate the best sources of information (or evidence) on which to base intervention decisions and prevention activities.

Prevention Connection
2009

(26:52 minutes) This presentation describes the value of logic models in planning a violence against women primary prevention effort. It starts by looking at how logic models build on existing strengths, and when to use a logic model. The presentation then reviews logic model basics, explaining how logic models are a simple series of questions and exploring the steps in creating logic models.

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