Understanding Public Policy to Support a Primary Prevention Framework
This module focuses on the importance of public and social policies and why it is essential to use a social justice approach when developing a primary prevention policy framework to stop domestic and sexual violence. Participants review examples of public and social policies that impact domestic and sexual violence and learn about the stages of the public policy process, helping them understand how public and social policies can stop violence before it starts and the role the participants can play in designing and implementing Alberta’s primary prevention framework.
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