Understanding How Public Policy Can Advance Primary Prevention Efforts
This module focuses on the importance of public policy and why it is essential to use a human rights and social justice approach when developing policies to prevent domestic and sexual violence. Participants will learn about the stages of the public policy process while learning how public and social policies can stop the perpetration of violence before it starts. While we use Alberta as a case study, this module is for anyone who is interested in learning more about how to engage in and influence public policy to advance violence prevention.
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