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Changing Us First, to Change the Root Causes of Violence

This module supports participants to engage in a transformational learning process so that they can effectively advocate for violence prevention. Participants learn about how power, privilege, and our intersectional identities shape our life experiences, as well as how gender and socio-economic inequalities increase the risk of violence and result in different forms of violence for … Continue Reading

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Stopping Violence Before It Starts: Why Primary Prevention Matters

Module Description This course aims to provide participants with foundational knowledge on primary prevention. Using Alberta as a case example, participants will learn about the concept and value of primary prevention, the prevalence, cost, and complexity of domestic and sexual violence, along with dominant theories and approaches related to how we have been addressing and … Continue Reading