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December 2010

Tony Porter: A Call to Men

Author(s): Tony Porter
In this video, Tony Porter presents the idea of the man-box. This notion of the construction of masculinity limits men, promotes the devaluation of women, and creates a harmful notion of manhood.
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June 2010

Experiments in Transformative Justice: The Challenging Male Supremacy Project in New York City

Author(s): RJ Maccani, Gaurav Jashnani, Alan Greig
This post discusses the process of acknowledging, addressing, and taking next steps to challenge male-supremacy and dominant culture patriarchy in activist spaces.
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June 2010

Experiments in Transformative Justice: The Challenging Male Supremacy Project in New York City

This post discusses the process of acknowledging, addressing, and taking next steps to challenge male-supremacy and dominant culture patriarchy in activist spaces.
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February 2010

Nonprofit Finance Webinar: Cost Allocation

Author(s): Sherrie Tinoco
This webinar teaches ways to satisfy funder requirements and simplify the cost allocation process.
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April 2009

Reflective Leadership as a Strategy for Accountability

Author(s): Terri Pease
This article discusses accountability in the context of an empowerment model, which recognizes power as a tool of oppression. The article proposes a model of reflective practice and supervision as an alternative to top-down approaches, and gives specific illustrations of the use of reflective techniques in staff supervision.
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January 2009

Using Reflective Supervision to Support Trauma-Informed Systems for Children

Author(s): Anje Van Berckelaer
This white paper offers a rationale to administrators, program directors, and supervisors in child service agencies for the adoption of reflective supervision as a supervisory approach consistent with trauma-informed approaches.
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January 2009

Creating a Trans Welcoming Environment: A tips sheet for sexual assault service providers

This tip sheet contains information for service providers on creating a trans welcoming environment.
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November 2008

Domestic Violence Training for New Staff and Volunteers: Trainer's Manual

Domestic Violence Training for New Staff and Volunteers is a basic training curriculum on domestic violence that orients new staff and volunteers to the world of domestic violence services, providing the information needed to begin this important work.
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October 2008

Ten Dimensions that Shape Your Board

Author(s): Kim Sundet Vanderwall, Ellen Benavides
This workbook is designed to help organizations intentionally shape their governance to fit their values, resources and community strengths.
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September 2008

Dealing Effectively with Nonprofit Board Conflicts

Author(s): Vince Hyman
This article discusses the two main types of board conflicts (conflict among board members and conflict between board and executive or staff) and provides guidelines on how to handle the conflict situations.
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September 2008

The Sanctuary Model of Trauma-Informed Organizational Change

Author(s): Sandra L. Bloom, Sarah Yanos Sreedhar
This article describes the Sanctuary Model of trauma-informed organizational change. The method builds on the S.E.L.F. (Safety, Emotions, Loss and Future) psychoeducational group curriculum dealing with four domains of life disruption than can occur with trauma.
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January 2008

Models for Developing Trauma-Informed Behavioral Health Systems and Trauma-Specific Services

Author(s): Ann Jennings
This extensive report includes descriptions of trauma service models and evidence-based and promising practice models. All models are designed for persons receiving or at risk for receiving public mental health and/or substance abuse services who have been traumatized by interpersonal violence and abuse.