The Spectrum of Prevention provides a valuable framework for preventing sexual violence at all levels--by changing organizational practices, influencing policy and building coalitions, in addition to educating individuals and communities. This chapter describes how community-based efforts can use the Spectrum to expand the scope of work and maximize impact. It presents detailed examples of successful strategies that all work in tandem to prevent sexual violence. Learn to develop and implement a comprehensive strategy, evaluate outcomes, and engage key partners to address this complex problem.
This article was originally published by NEARI Press as a book chapter in "The Prevention of Sexual Violence: A Practitioner's Sourcebook," edited by Keith L. Laufman.