Prevention Education is based on comprehensive education that addresses the root causes of interpersonal violence, dating violence, domestic violence, and sexual assault. Prevention strategies address the way individual, relationship, community, and social norms impact violence and aims to prevent violence.
Effective prevention necessitates a comprehensive and multifaceted public health approach, examining social norms that shape the landscape surrounding interpersonal violence that include attitudes, behaviors, beliefs, assumptions and normalized societal elements.
Prevention Education topics focus on meaningful change in culture by addressing behaviors and beliefs that are often perpetuated both on a micro level between individuals (such as in conversations) and on a macro level (widely being reflected at the institutional level, in policies, and in the media).
Education Topics Include:
Rape Culture & Toxic Masculinity
- LGBTQIA Awareness & Allyship
If you are interested in scheduling a presentation or have questions about Prevention Education, please connect with Kelsi.