March 18, 2013

Title: Good Solutions Solve Multiple Problems: Addressing the Links Between Multiple Forms of Violence
Date & Time: March 18, 2013, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM EDT (8:00 AM HST/ 10:00 AM AKDT/ 11:00 AM PDT/ 12:00 PM MDT/ 1:00 PM CDT)

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Description: All violence is connected, and recognizing the links between different forms of violence can strengthen various prevention efforts. Some factors that make violence in homes more likely also operate at the neighborhood level, for example, and building resilience in young people can protect against both community violence and family violence. This webinar will describe how one type of violence can lead to other forms, and will present cross-cutting solutions that prevent childhood trauma and simultaneously address multiple forms of violence.

This webinar is presented by the Defending Childhood Initiative, in partnership with the Office on Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention and Futures Without Violence.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the linkages between various forms of violence in families, communities and society.
  2. Understand the unique drivers that have resulted in current approaches in addressing and responding to violence.
  3. Develop strategies for preventing multiple forms of violence in families, communities and society.


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• Broadband Internet access – DSL, satellite, cable or other broadband server
• Color monitor
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Futures Without Violence respects the privacy of all webinar participants. All personal information will remain confidential. We do not rent, sell or trade our mailing lists. Name, email and other information provided by a participant will be used appropriately to provide information on related activities including upcoming webinars and other events.

Questions? Please contact Alisha Benjamin.