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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 by working together and sharing ideas and knowledge; promoting and developing prevention services; and promoting public awareness of prevention work in Bristol.

The meetings normally included two 20-minute presentations from relevant organisations on a specific theme with presentation slides available after each meeting.

The next meeting is yet to be confirmed.

Prevention Network Terms of Reference

Presentations from past meetings:

April 2017

The Prevention Network focused on street harassment and the launch of The Bristol Street Harassment Project as part of International Anti-Street Harassment Week.

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?

Other Resources

Do you work with non-native English speakers? We have collated a database of gender-based violence prevention resources for non-English speakers: Non-English Resources for GBV Prevention

One of our volunteers has compiled a document mapping prevention work locally and nationally: GBV Prevention Projects/Campaigns in the UK (2015/16)