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  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
  • General Material
April 2015

Engaging Men: Triumphs, Troubles, and Tools

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This webinar served as a virtual workshop designed to generate dialogue about the current proliferation of “engaging men” work.
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  • General Material
September 2011

We Can Do Better: Power and Control and Accountability Wheels for Male Aspiring Allies

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These wheels, based on the Duluth Abuse Intervention Project (DAIP) model, provide a framework for explaining men’s abuse of power and control in work to address gendered violence. The author offers a model for accountable men’s work within anti-violence movements.
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  • General Material
January 2005

Beyond April and October: Some Ideas for Gender Violence Prevention Campaigns Throughout the Year

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Provides examples of year-round, local public awareness programming that can raise awareness with limited resources. The article includes a month-by-month listing of ideas for local programs to adapt for implementation in their own community.
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  • General Material

Organizing Men to Stop Men’s Violence Against Women: A Possible Five-Step Plan

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The author of this document serves as a spokesperson for the National Organization for Men Against Sexism. He provides suggestions for how to actively engage men in violence prevention work using five concrete steps.