This course is the second of two courses created by Susan Ghanbarpour, DrPH, MA. Susan is an independent consultant in research, evaluation, and capacity building for gender-based violence prevention.
On these eLearning courses, Susan interviews two prevention practitioners working on community-driven approaches to sexual and intimate partner violence prevention. This course focuses on conversations, themes, and key takeaways from Aimee Thompson, formerly of Close to Home.
- Describe the history of Close to Home with attention to their relationship-based community organizing for violence prevention
- Identify key values of community organizing described by Aimee Thompson
- Describe the opportunities and challenges to community-mobilizing work
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- Lectures 6
- Quizzes 6
- Duration 1.5 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 48
- Assessments Yes
Engaging and Evaluating
Core Values and Next Steps