Coastal Georgia Preventing Identity Violence is our Center’s first federally funded initiative. Providing train-the-trainer sessions is the first step in building awareness of the risk factors and prevention measures for identity-based violence.
Our vision is to train and convene local University CARE teams, faith leaders, nonprofit organizations, community and behavioral healthcare organizations, schools, major employers, and law enforcement partners. Participation is imperative, to be successful, a member of each entity previously mentioned should attend a train-the-trainer session. Help us spread the word by sharing information about this training and initiative with your networks. Together we can create a local prevention network.
Benefits & Outcomes
Our vision is that by the end of the training, you will have increased your knowledge and built upon your skills to:
- Build organizational strategies to interrupt the radicalization-to-violence process
- Frame radicalization-to-violence as a public health concern
- Identify the risk factors that may lead to radicalization-to-violence
- Identify recruitment strategies utilized by organizations
- Receiving training and support change internal policies reflecting the knowledge gained
Lead Trainer: Dan Rowe
Duration: 6 hours | 1 day | Homework
Dates: Sessions are held monthly. Click the registration link to find out more.
Location: Virtually and in person at 5105 Paulsen Street, Suite 125D, Savannah, GA 31405
Questions? Contact Dan Rowe at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding the program, and content, or to schedule a private session for your organization or business.
*This project is funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, opportunity number DHS-21-TTP-132-00-01. Additionally, the US Department of Homeland Security has provided guidance, resources, and a network of partnerships to bring The Mediation Center up to fluency in the realm of Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention (formerly considered Countering Violent Extremism).