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FAR FROM THE HEART CELEBRATES 10TH ANNIVERSARY WITH A FALL SCHOOL TOUR, THANKS TO ONTARIO GOVERNMENTFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - As part of It's Never Okay, Ontario's groundbreaking action plan to end sexual violence and harassment, Far From the Heart will embark on a 44-show tour across the province from October 11-November 11, 2016.The long-running and successful teen dating violence prevention program from Sheatre, a professional community arts company located near Owen Sound, is one of 11 inaugural recipients of Ontario's .25 million Creative Engagement Fund.Since that time, she has conducted as principal investigator a National Institute of Justice (NIJ) randomized controlled trial of a dating abuse perpetration intervention in the emergency department setting, a NIJ-funded evaluation of a prevention and intervention program for commercially sexually exploited youth, and a NIH-funded R03 study on the daily relationship between alcohol, marijuana use and dating abuse in a sample of primarily Black and Hispanic, urban-residing, youth.Most recently, she was awarded a NIJ grant to generate new information about dating abuse perpetration from LGBTQ, Native American, Black and Hispanic youth that will result in new survey instruments and clinical screening tools for dating abuse perpetration and victimization. Rothman has provided violence-related consulting to the World Health Organization, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, multiple state Departments of Public Health and coalitions of domestic violence programs, and given invited lectures at many of the world's most distinguished universities including St.In fact, they later said to me and my team that there is no question in their minds that there has always been consent.They said they’re not concerned about the legal side.Andrew's in Scotland, Padova University in Italy, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, UC Berkeley School of Law, Columbia Medical School, and others.
Rita Davies, Chair, Ontario Arts Council (OAC) "It's inspiring to see how professional artists from a diversity of perspectives and backgrounds have come together with experts in sexual violence and harassment prevention to initiate projects of high artistic quality.
Rothman is an Associate Professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences at the Boston University School of Public Health with a secondary appointments at the BU School of Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics and the Department of Emergency Medicine.
She is also a visiting scientist at the Harvard Injury Control Research Center (HICRC).
They will build on the work already being done in Ontario communities to raise awareness and change attitudes on this issue.
These collaborations, which deal with prevention, education and healing and include individual and collective experiences, will have universal resonance."Rehearsals will be held September 26-October 7, 2016, from 9am-pm at the Harmony Centre, 890 4th Ave. A preview performance will also take place there on Friday, October 7th at 7pm.
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