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Upcoming Prevention Institute Webinars in this Series:

Using Data to Make the Case for Prevention
July 25 and 25

Promoting Diverse Leadership
August 30 and 31

Innovative Evaluation Efforts
September 27 and 28

Visit PreventConnect for more information and to register.

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PreventConnect Webinars
Presented by Prevention Institute

Register now for tomorrow's webinar:
Cultivating Community-Driven Social Change—
Integrating the Community Voice in Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention Efforts

Wednesday, May 11, 2011
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. PST / 2 to 3:30 p.m. EST
Register for this Webinar
Who defines community? What are promising strategies to incorporate community voice in existing efforts? How do we justify investment in community engagement? Please join us and our guests to explore the who, what and how of community-driven sexual and domestic violence prevention. This webinar will focus on translating best practices around community engagement into practical applications for the field. Learn how to ensure community voices are a valuable addition to your planning, coalition, and program and policy change efforts.

Guest speakers include Lydia Guy Ortiz of LGO Consulting and Aimee Thompson, executive director of Close to Home. Participants will be able to join the discussion by sharing ideas or posing questions to our guests via live phone and text chat.
Register now.

This webinar is one of a series, with the theme “Building Prevention Leadership: Taking a Stand to Prevent Sexual and Domestic Violence.” Watch a short video of Prevention Institute’s Annie Lyles and Christine Chang describe how this webinar series builds the capacity of prevention practitioners:

Prevention Institute will present five webinars throughout the year, on preventing sexual and domestic violence, through PreventConnect of the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault. For the past six years, PreventConnect’s series of interactive, candid conversations has encouraged participants to learn and share with peers and national experts committed to innovative prevention strategies.

Visit PreventConnect for recordings and transcripts of past webinars.

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