Skip to main content
Get Help Escape

Communicate more effectively about sexual harassment, abuse, and assault

People gathered in front of a news camera

How can you put research into action to reframe sexual violence and communicate more effectively about prevention?

Join us for a live event where NSVRC staff will be talking with Pamela Mejia, MS, MPH, Head of Research at Berkeley Media Studies Group, about how to communicate more effectively about preventing sexual harassment, abuse, and assault.  
For the past five years, BMSG has worked with NSVRC to research and understand how to develop effective messages about prevention. Our recent publication Moving toward prevention: A guide for reframing sexual violence explores how sexual violence is commonly framed, ways we can shift the conversation to focus on prevention, and tips for engaging the media. We’ve also created a Media relations toolkit, which offers practical tips on preparing for interviews, writing press releases, and other ways to engage the media to elevate sexual violence prevention.
There will be time for a Q&A session, and there’s no registration required!
Here’s how it works:
When: October 11, 2018 3:00-3:45 p.m. ET— Registration is not required. You are invited to RSVP on Facebook to receive more information and updates.   
Where: Live event has closed. View recording on our YouTube Channel  

Who: NSVRC & Berkeley Media Studies Group
What: How to put research into action to reframe sexual harassment, abuse, and assault and communicate more effectively about prevention

Filed Under

Topic Media, Prevention, Sexual Violence
Log in or register to post comments