Facilitated by James Morrall, M.Ed., who is the Director of Prevention and Outreach at Hopeful Horizons, a children's advocacy, domestic violence, and rape crisis center in the Lowcountry, this webinar will look at how communities can implement a model to engage men and boys in the work of violence prevention, with a focus on domestic/dating violence and the intersectionality of sexual and other forms of violence. By utilizing the social ecological prevention-based model as prescribed by the Centers for Disease and Control, this presentation will look at how to facilitate prevention work on the individual, relational, community, and societal levels.
The objectives are to:
-Understand the importance of how and why to work with men & boys to reduce intimate partner, dating, & sexual violence.
-Understand the root causes of why men participate in intimate partner, dating, a& sexual violence.
-Learn about tangible actions one can implement in their community to engage men and boys in prevention work.