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Objetivos: 1) Identificar los roles de género que pueden interferir con sus expectativas, 2) Navegar por los medios de comunicación mientras mantienen sus valores, 3) Definir estratégias comprensivas para profundizar las conversaciones con [email protected] jóvenes [email protected] Working with [email protected] Communities to Prevent Teen Dating Violence: Strategies for Engagement and Creative Interventions This session will provide an overview of the culturally specific issues faced by [email protected] youth victims of teen dating violence. Davenport, executive director of Our House, Ozell Pace, Jr., culturally specific healthy relationship advocate, Undra Richardson, sexual assault prevention advocate and Felecia Thomas, healthy relationship director The New Normal: Understanding the Dating Culture and Dating Abuse in Today’s Society Loveisrespect will discuss current trends and social and cultural norms from a young person’s perspective.Presenters will discuss signs of teen dating violence, cultural dynamics, risk factors, promising practices at the local level, and will provide an overview of the national efforts to engage [email protected] families. This webinar will address what young people experience and the challenges they may face.Objectives include: 1) Identifying gender roles that could interfere with your expectations, 2) Navigating media while keeping your values intact and 3) Defining supportive strategies to deepen conversations with young [email protected] Rethinking Mandatory Reporting Practices For many youth, the first thing they are told when they reach out to a service provider is: "If you tell me about violence, I will have to make a mandatory report to Child Protective Services (CPS) or the police." This statement can silence, confuse, or intimidate young people experiencing harm or abuse.Such responses can unintentionally communicate, "There is no one you can talk to about your experiences…you’re alone." This webinar will help anti-violence advocates separate fact from fiction when it comes to mandated reporting.
Blog Talk Radio Session Teen Dating Violence Awareness: A Conversation with [email protected] Parents Even parents who work in the domestic violence field do not have all the answers when it comes to talking to their children about healthy relationships, domestic violence, and sexual assault.Love is Setting Boundaries Throughout the month, loveisrespect will raise awareness about teen dating violence and provide tools and education around building healthy relationships with a focus on 2016’s theme: “Love is Setting Boundaries.” A series of blogs will be posted that range in topic from defining boundaries, understanding their importance, and respecting a partner’s boundaries.Loveisrespect will also invite the public to join in on the conversation through social media using the hashtags #teen DVmonth and #Respect Week2016.RHY providers will find useful information on intimate partner violence and supportive programing for youth.
Adolescent Relationship Abuse Prevention Toolkit This toolkit is designed to help youth service providers who want to incorporate adolescent relationship abuse (ARA) prevention into their existing adolescent pregnancy prevention programming.
It will offer practical tips for limiting the negative impacts of mandatory reports, share youth-centered practices when a report is needed, as well as lay out a rationale for a reform of current mandatory reporting practices.