Prevention Network

The Prevention Network is run by Bristol Zero Tolerance and is open to anyone in Bristol working on gender-based violence prevention. The aim is to develop a multi-agency approach to prevention work on gender-based violence by working together and sharing ideas and knowledge; promoting and developing prevention services; and promoting public awareness of prevention work in Bristol.

The Network meets in central Bristol and from January 2017 will be taking on a new format. Information about future meetings will be posted here.

The meetings normally include two 30-minute presentations from relevant organisations on a specific theme. We aim to put the presentation slides up on this page after each meeting.

For more information and to attend, please contact

Prevention Network Terms of Reference


Presentations from past meetings:

November 2016

St Mungo’s: Ending homelessness, rebuilding lives

Bristol City Council Homelessness Commissioning Team: Homelessness and gender-based violence

September 2016

RSVP: Perpetrator service

University of Bristol: REPROVIDE perpetrator research

July 2016

Eden House: Working with women in the criminal justice system

Golden Key: Peer Mentoring Scheme for people with complex needs

May 2016

Sexual bullying, harassment and sexism in schools

SURVIVE: Connect with Respect – SURVIVE’s domestic abuse prevention programme for pupils

SARSAS: Sexual Consent Campaign and supporting young survivors of sexual violence

March 2016

Working with Gypsy, Roma, Travellers and other Traveller communities

Women’s Aid: Change that Lasts – a new approach in supporting domestic abuse survivors

January 2016

What is Bristol Zero Tolerance?


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