November 6, 2013 Newsletter
November 6, 2013
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Al Jazeera America interviewed Executive Director Neil Irvin after he was featured on a New Republic panel on gender-based violence. Read the interview and find out more about the panel here.


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Register for January's Healthy Masculinity Training Institute in Washington, DC

This January 3-5, 2014, participate in the Washington, DC Healthy Masculinity Training Institute to learn the theories and develop the skills that have shaped the Healthy Masculinity Action Project (HMAP). Through three days of discussions about theory, interactive group exercises, role-playing, and multi-media presentations, the training institute presents participants with a framework to positively construct masculinity and to motivate men’s engagement in challenging the attitudes and behaviors that support violence against girls and women. This training is ideal for staff from universities, middle and high schools, law enforcement agencies, the US armed forces, statewide and local coalitions, service agencies, and government agencies.

The Institute will be January 3-5 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM each day. We will be holding it at 100 Maryland Avenue NE in Washington, DC. Cost is $600.00 per participant with discounts available to organizations sending multiple participants. Learn more here and register here.

Healthy Masculinity Action Project Holds Campus Conversation at Howard University
On October 29, 2013, Men Can Stop Rape held a Healthy Masculinity Campus Conversation at Howard University in partnership with the Howard University Interpersonal Violence Prevention Program and the Verizon Foundation. The Campus Conversation was attended by fraternities and residence halls across campus.

Four male storytellers kicked off the conversation with stories that took place in a dorm, on the basketball court, in the Marines, and in a close relationship. The majority male audience had opportunities to tell their own stories about subjects like showing emotion and how to promote healthy masculinity on campus. If you're interested in holding a Campus Conversation at your school, please contact Pat McGann at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Check out other news and events

Be sure to book your trainings, workshops, and keynotes for Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April now as dates fill up fast. Learn more about our revamped trainings and workshops based on input from professionals across the country. Bring our expertise in engaging men to your community or campus today!


Check out our response to the Maryville sexual assault case here. "Take today to learn more about how you can get involved in responding to and preventing sexual violence. When the next Maryville happens, you’ll be moved to continue talking about sexual violence, to keep the health and safety of young people prioritized, and to keep working toward the day when we can really be outraged by a single incident of sexual violence because it is so rare."

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