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A Men’s Project

Web Resources for Men – Respecting Others & Ourselves A MEN’S PROJECT (AMP) has links related to Men and Boys in North America seeking a just world. A Men’s Project Blog contains discussion of issues of relevance to their website.

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MenCare-Maricio’s Story

MenCare – A Global Fatherhood Campaign – officially launched in November, 2011 in Washington, D.C. and is coordinated by Promundo, Sonke and the MenEngage Alliance, as an effort to promote men’s involvement as fathers and as caregivers. It seeks to provide support materials, messages, policy recommendations and research to encourage local MenEngage partners, NGOs, women’s […]

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Protecting the Circle: Aboriginal Men Ending Violence Against Women

Download the written collection of Aboriginal Men’s Voices from the Protecting the Circle: Aboriginal Men Ending Violence Against Women event held in Toronto with Ryerson University Aboriginal Student Services in January 2010.

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Men Can Stop Rape Launches Where Do You Stand? Campaign

Where Do You Stand? is a positive approach to preventing violence that empowers male bystanders to intervene in a variety of common and potentially dangerous scenarios that college students face on campus. This unique awareness campaign uses provacative images and messages that were inspired by interviews with sexual assault staff on college campuses, examined by […]

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Save the Date for the 2012 Healthy Masculinity Summit

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Beanpot rivals team up to end violence against women

January 24, 2012 Coaches, players and athletic directors for Boston’s Beanpot schools joined forces with community leaders on Monday at the State House to make a public declaration of their commitment to end violence against women.

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Nobody Ever Earned It

Fathers have a uniquely powerful role in ending violence against women. Join the House Of Ruth Maryland on this provocative journey through domestic abuse from the Father’s perspective. Produced in conjunction with the House Of Ruth Maryland 2012.

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New study reveals that men with negative attitudes towards women are more likely to use violence

Dhaka, Bangladesh – Dhaka, Bangladesh – A new study has found that men who have negative attitudes towards women are more likely to use violence, affecting not only the women for whom they have violated but also the children in their lives, families and the community at large.

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Penn State: The mother of all teachable moments for the bystander approach

By Jackson Katz, Ph.D. The National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) presents this three-part series on bystander intervention as a continuation of our support of and focus on this approach to sexual violence prevention. Join the NSVRC throughout December for a conversation with Jackson Katz, Ph.D., as he shares lessons from the PSU sexual abuse […]

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Violent Video Games Alter Brain Function in Young Men

ScienceDaily (Nov. 30, 2011) — Sustained changes in the region of the brain associated with cognitive function and emotional control were found in young adult men after one week of playing violent video games, according to study results presented by Indiana University School of Medicine researchers at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of […]

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