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Posts Categorized: Coaching Boys Into Men

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Get the Ball Rolling: Back-to-School with CBIM

Title: Get the Ball Rolling:  Back-to-School with CBIM

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SF Giants Team Up With Us to Shine a Light on High School Sexual Assault

This Friday, September 23, don’t miss the premiere of a

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How Being a Father Against Violence Makes You a #TrueDude

Sixteen years ago, I stepped into a role that I …

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Guest Post: I’m 9,000 Miles Away From Home!

Get to know Francine Nabintu, our FUTURES fellow and McCain Institute Next Generation Leader from the Democratic Republic of the Congo!
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Coaches doing the right thing

Let's salute coaches who are standing up to violence against women.
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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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William Gay on Domestic Violence

William Gay from the Pittsburgh Steelers talking about his personal experience with domestic violence, and his commitment to end abuse. Learn More
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Let’s Call ‘Time Out’ on Domestic Violence

FUTURES weighs in about domestic violence in the NFL and other professional sports leagues.
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RESPECT! Campaign Video

A 75 second film featuring Public Communications Director, Brian O'Connor from the Coaching Boys into Men program. Learn More
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Red Riots: Coaching Boys Into Men

Red Riots experience with Coaching Boys Into Men. Learn More
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Sportswriters Are Standing Up, Not Standing By

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.
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February is Teen Dating Violence Prevention & Awareness Month

Throughout the month of February, advocates and educators from across the country are focused on the risk factors associated with teen dating violence, and what can be done to prevent it.
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Coaching Boys Into Men Goes Global

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.
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Futures’ Work to Engage Men Highlighted During Capitol Hill Briefing

Congressional staffers packed a House of Representatives hearing room to learn more about important and effective programs to engage men and boys in the work of ending violence against women.
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8 Ways You Can Coach Boys into Men

Tips for fathers, guardians, and mentors.
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Coaching Boys into Men Playbook (International)

This playbook provides teachable moments that illustrate ways coaches can role model and promote healthy choices and relationships among youth.
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Coaching Boys into Men Brochure

This Coaching Boys Into Men brochure suggests strategies that men can use to teach the boys in their lives that there is no excuse for violence in any relationship.
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Coaching Boys Into Men Playbook

Athletic coaches play an extremely influential and unique role in the lives of young men, often serving as a parent or mentor to the boys they coach.
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Coaching Boys Into Men Coaching Kit

The Coaches Kit guides coaches through each training session to address respect, integrity, and non-violence with athletes.
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Men — as fathers, brothers, coaches, teachers, uncles and mentors — are in a unique position to prevent domestic violence through action and conversation.
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