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 Indigenous and equity-deserving populations. Activities and tools are offered throughout the module to support participants to integrate transformational learning approaches with others so, together, we can stop violence before it starts.
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