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Revised 2004
This training curriculum offers suggestions on facilitating community groups, particularly helping community members form a group, or to strengthen existing groups and organize forums for community members to talk about abuse in later life.
Authors: Ada Albright, Bonnie Brandl, Julie Rozwadowski, Mary K. Wall
February 2000
This is a skill-building curriculum in negotiation, collaborative mindset, strategic thinking, and meeting facilitation. It is the third of three interrelated training curricula developed for staff of grassroots domestic violence organizations.
Authors: Day Piercy
February 2000
This is a skill-building curriculum in negotiation, collaborative mindset, strategic thinking, and meeting facilitation. It is the third of three interrelated training curricula developed for staff of grassroots domestic violence organizations.
Authors: Day Piercy