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Workshop Agenda

WORKSHOP ON PREVENTING VIOLENCE
AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN

AGENDA

Approach: Using an ecologic framework that focuses on points of primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention and intervention, this workshop will assess violence along the lifespan of women and children. Each level will present the evidence basis of prevention, successful strategies, and promising interventions or emerging research that can potentially be applied in global settings. An interactive panel to explore ways forward will follow each segment.

Objective: To provide a comprehensive approach to the prevention of violence against women and children, focusing on early interventions.

DAY 1

8:15 Registration
9:00 Introduction
 

Jacquelyn Campbell, Ph.D., R.N.

Chair, Forum on Global Violence Prevention

Anna D. Wolfe Chair, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

   


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A Workshop Agenda WORKSHOP ON PREVENTING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN AGENDA Approach: Using an ecologic framework that focuses on points of pri- mary, secondary, and tertiary prevention and intervention, this workshop will assess violence along the lifespan of women and children. Each level will present the evidence basis of prevention, successful strategies, and promising interventions or emerging research that can potentially be ap- plied in global settings. An interactive panel to explore ways forward will follow each segment. Objective: To provide a comprehensive approach to the prevention of violence against women and children, focusing on early interventions. DAY 1 8:15 Registration Introduction 9:00 Jacquelyn Campbell, Ph.D., R.N. Chair, Forum on Global Violence Prevention Anna D. Wolfe Chair, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing 185

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186 PREVENTING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN Opening Remarks 9:20 Judy Salerno, M.D., M.S. Executive Officer, Institute of Medicine Lifetime Trajectory and an Ecological Approach: 9:30 A Global View of Violence Against Women and Children What is the burden of violence? Where are the intersections of violence against women and violence against children? How can we move forward at primary, secondary, and tertiary preven- tion levels? Claudia García-Moreno, M.D. Coordinator, Department of Gender, Women, and Health World Health Organization Q & A with Claudia García-Moreno 10:00 I. GLOBAL: CONTEXT MATTERS On the international and national stage, efforts toward recognizing the issues of violence against women and children have produced mixed results. What has been successful? Where has progress been made? Where do exist- ing challenges lie? This segment will explore legislation to reduce violence against women and children, government initiatives, and partnerships that transcend borders. Moderated by: Frances Ashe-Goins, R.N., M.P.H. Acting Director, Office of Women’s Health U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Policy Advocacy as a Tool for Prevention 10:10 Lessons Learned from the International Violence Against Women Act Kiersten Stewart, M.A. Director of Public Policy, Family Violence Prevention Fund Global Partnerships on Domestic Violence Legal Reform 10:40 Cheryl Thomas, J.D. Director, Women’s Human Rights Program Advocates for Human Rights Partners for Prevention: Asia and the Pacific 11:00 James Lang Programme Coordinator, Partners for Prevention United Nations Development Programme

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187 APPENDIX A 11:20 Break U.S. Government Initiatives to Respond to Violence 11:35 Against Women Lynn Rosenthal White House Adviser on Violence Against Women Canada’s Family Violence Initiative 12:05 David Butler-Jones, M.D., M.H.Sc. Chief Public Health Officer, Public Health Agency of Canada Inter-American Alliance for the Prevention of Gender-Based 12:30 Violence Monique Widyono for Margarita Quintanilla, M.D., M.P.H. Nicaragua Country Director, PATH Q & A with Kiersten Stewart, Cheryl Thomas, James Lang, 12:45 Joanne LaCroix (for David Butler-Jones), and Monique Widyono 1:30 Lunch II. COMMUNITIES: GENDER EQUALITY Equal roles and rights of men and women contribute toward the reduc- tion of violence against women and children. This segment will explore the impact of engaging men and boys and empowering women and girls. Moderated by: Gary Barker, Ph.D. Director of Gender, Violence, and Rights International Center for Research on Women Keynote Address 2:15 Ending Violence Against Women and Children: Investing in Solutions Mary Ellsberg for Sarah Degnan Kambou, Ph.D., M.P.H. President, International Center for Research on Women The Science of Gender Equality 2:45 Why This Isn’t Just About Working with Women Rachel Jewkes, M.D. Director, Medical Research Council of South Africa

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188 PREVENTING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN What Does an Understanding of Masculinities Bring to 3:15 the Story? Engaging Men in Preventing Violence Against Women: Fac- tors and Results Gary Barker, Ph.D. Director of Gender, Violence, and Rights International Center for Research on Women Intervention with Microfinance for AIDS and Gender Equity 3:35 Rachel Jewkes for Julia Kim, M.D., M.Sc. Cluster Leader, Millennium Development Goals & Universal Access, United Nations Development Programme 3:55 Break The Way Forward 4:15 Moderated by: Gary Barker Full panel of speakers with moderator and audience participa- tion to discuss ways in which existing programs can be scaled up, new approaches can be determined, or information gaps can be addressed. 5:00 Break DAY 2 8:00 Registration Summary of Day 1 8:30 Jacquelyn Campbell Government Initiatives to Reduce Violence: New Zealand 8:35 Denise Wilson, Ph.D., R.N. - Associate Professor of Ma ori Health, Auckland University of Technology III. FAMILIES: INTERRUPTING/PREVENTING THE CYCLE OF VIOLENCE—SECONDARY PREVENTION Violence against children has strong linkages to violence against women. As well, violence within the family both directly against and wit- nessed by children, perpetuates a cycle. How can intervening early both

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189 APPENDIX A protect against and prevent violence? Where and when can these interven- tions be most effective? Moderated by: Bryan Samuels, M.P.P. Commissioner, Administration on Children, Youth, and Families Intervening in the Cycle of Violence 9:10 What We Know, What We Don’t Claire Crooks, Ph.D. Associate Director, Centre for Prevention Science Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Case Studies: Innovative Prevention Interventions 9:40 Addressing Intimate Partner Violence and Potential Child Abuse at Prenatal Care Agnes Tiwari, Ph.D., R.N. Associate Professor, University of Hong Kong The Fourth R: Strategies for Healthy Youth Relationships David Wolfe, Ph.D. RBC Chair, Center for Addiction and Mental Health Strengthening Families: An Integrated, Multi-Level Approach to Preventing Child Maltreatment Judy Langford, M.S.Ed. Associate Director, Center for Study of Social Policy Q & A with Claire Crooks, Agnes Tiwari, David Wolfe, 10:45 Judy Langford, Jeffrey Edleson 11:00 Break The Way Forward 11:05 Moderated by Jeffrey Edleson, Ph.D. Director of Research, University of Minnesota School of Social Work Full panel of speakers with moderator and audience participa- tion to discuss ways in which existing programs can be scaled up, new approaches can be determined, or information gaps can be addressed. 11:55 Lunch

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190 PREVENTING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN IV. PSYCHOSOCIAL EMPOWERMENT Interrupting the cycle of violence also requires addressing the trauma experienced by victims of violence, and strengthening women, children, and families. This section will focus on secondary and tertiary prevention of violence against women and children and long-term effects of trauma. Moderated by: Brigid McCaw, M.D. Medical Director, Family Violence Prevention Program Kaiser Permanente Trauma-Informed Care: A Values-Based Context for Psychosocial 1:00 Empowerment Roger Fallot, Ph.D. Director of Research and Evaluation, Community Connections Case Studies 1:30 Treatment of Trauma Among Women with Substance Abuse Disorders Hortensia Amaro, Ph.D. Director, Institute on Urban Health Research Psychosocial Trauma Interventions in Children, Families, and Parents Julian Ford, Ph.D. Director, University of Connecticut Health Center Child Trauma Clinic Community Advocacy Project: A Psychosocial Empowerment Intervention for Women with Abusive Partners Cris Sullivan, Ph.D. Director, Violence against Women Research and Outreach Initiative Michigan State University A Systems-Model Approach to Improve Intimate Partner Violence Services in a Large Health Care Organization Brigid McCaw, M.D. Medical Director, Family Violence Prevention Program Kaiser Permanente Q & A with Brigid McCaw, Roger Fallot, Julian Ford, Hortensia 3:00 Amaro, and Cris Sullivan 3:10 Break

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191 APPENDIX A The Way Forward 3:20 Moderated by Jacquelyn Campbell Full panel of speakers with moderator and audience participa- tion to discuss ways in which existing programs can be scaled up, new approaches can be determined, or information gaps can be addressed. Closing Keynote 4:35 What lessons Have We Learned and How Do We Proceed? Gail Wyatt, Ph.D. Associate Director, University of California, Los Angeles AIDS Institute