Explanation of findings from "A Systemic Review of Primary Prevention Strategies for Sexual Violence Perpetration."
Curriculum for adults who have children and youth in their lives to prevent sexual violence.
Designed to extend and enrich the core curriculum for literature.
Film follows boys & young men as they negotiate America’s narrow definition of masculinity.
Intergenerational organization for physical, psychological, social, and economic development of girls & women.
Program mobilizing male community leaders to work within their spheres of influence to prevent domestic violence.
Explores the positive roles of fathers and fatherhood programs in promoting gender equality and healthy relationships.
Compilation of lessons learned and an interactive tool for fostering collective impact to build resilient communities.
Teaching critical thinking skills and approaches to leadership development and civic engagement.
Sustaining and strengthening public education through social justice teaching and education activism.
Impressive and inspiring database collection of youth-led activities occurring all over the world.
Program to help mentors educate and encourage middle and high school boys to examine their attitudes and beliefs about masculinity.
Curriculum designed to empower girls and boys, young women and young men to be leaders, to speak out and take action.
Prepares adults for working with young people to address violence and oppression.
Prepare young people to build a healthy multi-cultural community and prevent violence.
Program for helping high school students build safer schools, relationships, and communities.
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