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January 2003

The Social Norms Approach to Violence Prevention

Author(s): Alan D. Berkowitz
Describes an approach that seeks to engage men as allies by creating campaign messages that validate men's hidden feelings and beliefs in order to foster an environment where speaking out against violence against women is socially acceptable
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January 2002

In Touch with Teens

Author(s): Wendie H. Abramson, Iracema 'Cema' Mastroleo
This curriculum in junior high and high schools and other youth organizations focused on healthy relationships including promoting social skills, bystander interventions, and effective communication.
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  • NRCDV Publications
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January 2002

Kid&TeenSAFE: An Abuse Prevention Program for Youth with Disabilities

Author(s): Wendie H. Abramson, Iracema 'Cema' Mastroleo
This publication details a project of SafePlace's Disability Services ASAP (A Safety Awareness Program) in Texas and provides its model program materials for use with youth with disabilities.
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January 2001

Young Men as Allies in Preventing Violence and Abuse: Building Effective Partnerships with Schools

Author(s): Alan Berkowitz, Dean Peacock, Barri Rosenbluth, Carole Sousa
This paper argues that "young men can play a critical role in constructing a healthier world for women and men, a world free of violence and founded on principles of equity and compassion."
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January 2000

What You Need to Know About Dating Violence. A Teen's Handbook

This handbook offers guidance to teen girls and boys about recognizing dating violence in their relationships and seeking help for it. It also includes suggestions on helping friends who are in abusive relationships.
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The Red Flag Campaign

The Red Flag Campaign uses bystander intervention strategies to address and prevention sexual violence on college campuses.
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Seven Reasons Employers Should Address Domestic Violence

This fact sheet makes a case through statistics and information for why employers should prioritize addressing domestic violence.
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12 Teaching Scenarios: Responding to Rape, Domestic Violence, and Child Abuse

Author(s): Marie De Santis
Teaching scenarios used in this self-paced online course are designed for use in groups and classes of all kinds.
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Moving from a Relationship Bystander to a Relationship Upstander Workshop Guide

The goal of this workshop is to help parents and caregivers encourage youth to respond to dating violence and promote non-violent relationships among their peers.
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Neighborhood Safety

This page offers a variety of useful resources for enhancing neighborhood safety.
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Good Guys: Partnership & Positive Masculinity

This curriculum explores issues of power and control, gender, self-esteem, masculinity and relationships, helping boys understand what it means to be a man in Judaism. Available for purchase from Jewish Women International. 
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Domestic Violence Fatalities in Pennsylvania - 2015

Each year, PCADV tracks and reports on domestic violence-related fatalities in Pennsylvania. In 2015, the number of victims included 68 women and 45 men.