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  • primary prevention

    To engage in the primary prevention of violence against women is, generally, to engage in activities that take place before …

  • LGBTQ Populations

    For an in-depth look at sexual and gender identities, consider this free course, “Sexual and Gender Identities,” from the Massachusetts …

  • Making a Case for Prevention

    In this podcast, David Lee interviews Jennifer Middlebrooks, Acting Team Lead of the Health Communication and Education Team of the …

  • Engaging Men and Boys

    The violence against women movement started when women organized to address men’s violence against women. The early social change efforts …

  • Prevention Research

    Prevention Approaches & Theory Sexual assault prevention efforts have been based on a wide range of theories and approaches . …

  • Risk and Protective Factors

    Sexual Violence: Risk and Protective FactorsRisk factors are associated with a greater likelihood of sexual violence (SV) perpetration. They are …

  • Programs that Promote Bystander Intervention

    “Programs attempting to encourage active bystander behaviors would ideally seek to effect change in: individual attitudes and beliefs condoning violence …

  • Prevention Legislation

    Many states are working towards making prevention education of sexual assault, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, and teen dating violence …

  • Community Assessments

      Community Needs Assessments are an important part of planning for your prevention work. As a prevention education specialist, you …

  • Green Dot

    Contact Name: Dr. Dorothy J. EdwardsPhone Number: (571) 319-0354E-mail: [email protected]: http://www.livethegreendot.comKey Words: (1) Co-ed; (2) high school and college age; …