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The workshop is intended for seasoned primary preventionist that inspire to look beyond individual power models of violence to examine inequitable power and address the root causes of violence at the community and societal levels.  The workshop encourages primary prevention practitioners to examine oppression, intersectionality, and power inequities as primary prevention strategies.  We will explore how to shift power in their communities as primary prevention strategies.


This workshop is sponsored by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) as part of the Prevention track to support Rape Prevention and Education program.



Moving Power. Increasing Equity. Preventing Sexual Violence Slides (PDF)