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January 2014

Tough Talk: What boys need to know about relationship abuse

Publisher(s):
Highlights several training tools and background information for use in promoting men's involvement in the movement to end violence against women. Also included are educational materials to support the teaching of non-violence to boys and young men.
Materials
  • Training Tools
  • General Material
December 2010

Love Is Not Abuse Curriculum: College Edition

Publisher(s):
This curriculum educates college students about the dangers and warning signs of dating violence, offers lessons specifically on abuse via technology and provides resources where students can find help on campus.
Materials
  • General Material
January 2000

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

Publisher(s):
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.
Materials
  • General Material

A Parent's Guide to Teen Dating Violence: 10 Questions to Start the Conversation

Publisher(s):
This guide provides suggestions to parents and guardians on how they can initiate a conversation with their teens about dating, dating violence, and healthy relationships.
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  • General Material

Recognize. Respond. Refer. What to Do When Abuse at Home Comes to Work

Publisher(s):
"It is important to remember that associates' home lives can affect their performance at work, especially an issue like domestic violence...If an otherwise valuable member of your team has inexplicably become less productive or more frequently late/absent, it could be that something else is causing the problem. The information that follows will help you to recognize domestic violence in the workplace and know what to do if you find it."