Strategies

Webinar
January, 2013

In this webinar we will explore using the bystander approach of sexual violence prevention with marginalized communities. Participants will expand their knowledge of the LGBTQ community, learn the basic principles of bystander intervention, and finally, using the LGBTQ population as an example, will practice customizing bystander intervention programs to the populations we work with. Though most bystander intervention programs in existence are geared towards college or university students,…

Topics
LGBTQ, Bystanders
Webinar
June, 2010

An effective campus response to sexual violence requires a sustained commitment to prevention and a determined response to specific cases when they occur. Both prevention and response efforts are enhanced by a clear understanding of the dynamics of victim response and of offenders’ behavior. This presentation will focus on the behaviors and characteristics of men who commit rapes on college campuses. Understanding offender behavior is a crucial step in shaping effective and appropriately…

Topics
Campus, Strategies
Approaching Sexual Violence Prevention From a Sex Positive Framework
Webinar
June, 2010

This webinar will incorporate the positive aspects of sexuality education into a sexual violence prevention framework. If we’re working to prevent rape and other forms of sexual violence, we must simultaneously promote healthy sexual interactions. This webinar will address a sex-positive approach to violence prevention, provide a model workshop outline, and explore the challenges of this approach.

Topics
Healthy Sexuality
Webinar
December, 2013

Join youth from PAINT, a youth leadership program at API Chaya, and the API Chaya youth program coordinator in an interactive discussion around the culture of slut shaming among youth, and the impact this culture has on youth survivors of sexual assault/abuse. We will be exploring this issue through a lens of an anti-oppression framework, considering the ways the movement against slut shaming have and have not been inclusive of marginalized groups. We will be concluding with the question of…

Topics
Strategies
Affirming Healthy Sexual Development and Expression
Webinar
May, 2017

This webinar will educate participants about the basics of healthy sexual development and teen and emerging adult sexual expression, address myths about survivors of sexual abuse or assault and sexuality, and coach participants about how to talk with young people they are helping about sex and sexuality more comfortably, and in ways that affirm the sexualities of those people, and help support them in creating their own wanted, safe and satisfying sexual lives.

Topics
Healthy Sexuality
Sexual Health Promotion & Sexual Violence Prevention
Webinar
April, 2014

In this webinar, participants will learn how to boost and sustain their prevention work by connecting and integrating with existing sexual health education efforts. Violence preventionists can make the most of current national research, the Washington Healthy Youth Act, and Washington Department of Health Guidelines. We will discuss best practices related to STD and teen pregnancy prevention and sexual violence prevention. Preventionists will leave this webinar being able to make the case…

Topics
CSA Prevention, Healthy Sexuality, Schools & Campus
Webinar
June, 2012

Media and technology offer essential tools to advance prevention efforts. What are best practices for their use and what are alternatives for individuals without ready access to these tools? We will explore social media like the old standbys, Facebook and Twitter, plus newer and genre-specific sites; technology from flip phones to geotrackers; media from movies to magazines. You don't have to be a techie to get the most out of today's technology — learn how to promote positive, healthy…

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Media Literacy & Technology
Webinar
June, 2013

We know that young people are digital natives — they have grown up in a world where technology is incorporated into their lives. So what does this mean for prevention work? In this webinar we will highlight research dealing with youth and technology, examine some common statistics regarding youth safety online, and present various methods of incorporating digital safety into primary prevention work.

Topics
Media Literacy & Technology
in High Schools
Webinar
May, 2011

Primary prevention strategies are possible in a high school setting. This webinar will walk you through practical steps of how to develop or implement a prevention program in your area schools. You will learn the importance of utilizing evidence-based and theory-driven research in comprehensive sexual violence prevention programs. And you will discover you don’t have to do it all on your own by learning how to draw on external resources to assist in the development, maintenance, and…

Topics
Schools & Campus
To Inform Primary Prevention Programming
Webinar
May, 2018

This webinar will provide an overview of definitions of and recent research regarding factors that elevate risk for sexual assault perpetration. Contributors to sexual violence at the individual, social network, and broader societal level will be considered, as will both general risk factors and culturally and community-specific factors. Participants will be engaged in identifying risk and protective factors in the communities they serve and identifying ways to prioritize and target specific…

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Strategies

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