Improving Our Approach to Community-led Prevention

This short guide is for those working in primary prevention with multicultural and faith-based communities. It provides lessons on why an intersectional approach is important to primary prevention work, principles for building a community-led approach into program design, and community-led prevention practice.

This resource was developed as part of Connecting Communities, a free program of learning and support activities for prevention practitioners in the community sector who are working with multicultural and/or faith-based communities. It is a partnership program between MCWH and Safe and Equal.

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