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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Blog
Vice President Biden at Health Conference

Vice President Biden Speaks About Domestic Violence and Health

President and Founder of FUTURES Esta Soler talks about her exciting experience introducing Vice President Joe Biden at the Conference on Health and Domestic Violence.
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Event

Live Stream of the 2015 Open Square Summit

Live stream of the 2015 Open Square Summit on April 28, 2015.
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Webinar

Coaching Boys Into Men: Train-the-Trainer

Whether you are new to Coaching Boys Into Men, or you are looking to refresh your trainer skills, join us for a 2-hour CBIM Train-the-Trainer Webinar where we will walk you through the Coaches Training Presentation while we provide you with our tips and tricks (including our notes and scenarios) for training coaches in your community
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Blog
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Guest Post: Raising Awareness of Abuse in Later Life

Bonnie Brandl and Chic Dabby highlight the widespread, but often hidden problem of elder abuse.
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Press Release

FUTURES Applauds Congress on the Re-introduction of the Violence Against Women Act

SAN FRANCISCO (March 11, 2015)—Today, the United States Senate re-introduced the International Violence Against Women Act (S.713), a groundbreaking piece of legislation aimed at preventing violence against women and girls across the globe. The announcement follows the House of Representative’s re-introduction of the bill (H.R.1340) last week in conjunction with International Women’s Day.
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Video

Esta Soler Gives a TEDTalk

Esta Soler's TEDTalk: How We Turned The Tide on Domestic Violence
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On International Women’s Day Let’s Push to End Global Gender-Based Violence!

This International Women's Day, let's urge Congress to prevent violence against women and girls worldwide.
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Press Release

FUTURES Supports Proposed Increase to New York State’s Tipped Minimum Wage

National nonprofit Futures Without Violence applauds Governor Cuomo for his call this week to increase the tipped minimum wage and review the current two-tiered wage system. These proposed changes present an opportunity to significantly reduce sexual harassment and abuse among tipped employees in the restaurant industry—a predominately female workforce.
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