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Men Stopping Violence Content Topic Results

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Results displayed are grouped first by VAWnet Special Collections then by individual related materials. For assistance in locating a resource, use our online contact form.
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January 2010

The Training Institute for Mobilizing Men, August 2007 - May 2009 Final Report

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This report describes the processes and lessons learned from the TIMM initiative to help state coalitions working to end domestic violence create or improve programs that educate and engage men in prevention and intervention.
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January 2008

Deconstructing Male Violence Against Women: The Men Stopping Violence Community-Accountability Model

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Men Stopping Violence (MSV), a metro Atlanta-based organization that works to end male violence against women, uses an ecological, community-based accountability model as the foundation of its analysis of the problem of male violence against women and of its work with individuals and in communities.
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Intervention with Abuse of Alcohol, Drugs and Women

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This article describes similarities and differences between addiction and battering, explores the relationship between the two, and discusses MSV's approach to addressing these co-occurring issues with batterers who abuse substances.
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Program Evaluation: A Social Change Approach

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The goal was of this evaluation was to "test our theory that battering is a logical outgrowth of social norms that promote contempt for women; that the true function of a BIP is to influence those norms in a way that promotes greater safety and justice for battered women; and that its success is appropriately measured in those terms." Includes a description of goals and objectives, activities and outcomes, outcome measurements, key findings, and lessons learned.
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January 2001

Why Do Men Batter?

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How a community understands the source of battering in many ways determines the type of program it will support. This article includes common explanations and a discussion of sexism as the root of the problem.
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January 1992

The Men's Movement of Choice

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This commentary offers one woman’s response to men in the movement to end domestic violence.
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Organizing to End Violence Against Women: Putting Principles Into Practice

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This document presents and discusses basic organizing principles for engaging men in ending violence against women. These principles include have been developed, reviewed and refined over two decades and include keeping women’s voices and experiences central to the work, exploring racial justice, intersectionality of violence, and eliminating patriarchy.