This policy paper presents a framework designed to help supervised visitation providers and their community partners create a more institutionalized and seamless approach to engaging with men who use violence. Additionally, this framework aims to shift policy and practice across sectors working to end violence against women and children.
This webinar examines our current approach working with men and boys to end violence against women. Participants are invited to incorporate understanding the effects of male socialization and the history of childhood exposure to violence and trauma to develop humanistic and compassionate prevention and intervention responses that do not minimize accountability.
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
Thousands of voices have denounced the silence that prevailed for years inside two of the country's top sports franchises. Do you know who we think is doing a great job fueling the public conversation? Sportswriters.
FVPF and UNICEF joined forces in 2007 to enlist international celebrity soccer coaches and players as “teachers” of violence prevention. A new International Coaches Manual is available in English, Spanish, French, and for Indian communities.
Curriculum Guidelines and Tools for Batterer Intervention Programs Produced by Futures Without Violence, formerly Family Violence Prevention Fund with generous support from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
In August 2011, representatives from each of the 23 sites, Futures Without Violence, Men Stopping Violence, and the Office on Violence Against Women met in Miami for a successful three day program orientation.
In addition to provocative presentations and panel discussions, the summit also featured an All Star Tribute luncheon, where men who have been raising awareness and implementing gender based violence strategies will be saluted alongside legendary baseball icons.
An exploration of male peer support and the strength and direction of that support as a factor in the decision-making of male batterers regarding the infliction of violence, verbal denigration and coercive controls.
This guidebook captures a decade of research and practice wisdom on strategies for intervening with and engaging men in the context of child protection. It is a resource for anyone working with families in the child protection system.
In December 2009, national experts in batterer intervention and domestic violence gathered to discuss how to improve intervention systems and design research that better informs practice. This report summarizes their findings.