The Public Intersection Project at the School of Government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will host seven workshops in cities throughout North Carolina over the next three months.
The goal of the workshops is to bring community leaders together to evaluate and strengthen communities’ capacity to prevent domestic and sexual violence.
The project invites teams of up to eight community members to attend one of the seven workshops.
Teams may include city and county managers, elected officials, area United Way leaders, foundation officers, leaders from faith-based organizations and the private sector, and directors of domestic and sexual violence programs.
The Public Intersection Project is designed to help community stakeholders, including businesses, nonprofits, faith-based groups, and governments, work together to recognize and address community needs.
Workshops will be held in the following communities:
Jan.18 – Washington
Feb. 7 – Wilmington
Feb. 15 – Chapel Hill
March 13 – Lenoir
March 14 – Winston-Salem
March 22 – Concord
April 7 – Sylva
For information and to register visit website.