DCCESV Website Launch

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CDC Announces Research Award

Read about the CDC research award for RTI focusing on evaluating MOST Clubs....

An Improvisational View

Check out MCSR Deputy Director, Rachel Friedman's ...

Parenting for Liberation Podcast Feature

Listen to the interview with MCSR Executive Director, Neil Irvin. Thank you Parenting for Liberation for the opportunity, and a meaningful & poignant conversation reflecting on fatherhood, black male role models, ...

DCTV Award

We're excited to announce we were awarded the Voice of ...

I Am The Counter Story

Join us throughout October using the ...

UASK featured on USA Today

MCSR Deputy Director spoke with USA TODAY about our UASK ...

Counter Stories New Episode - Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Watch the new episode of Counter Stories for Domestic Violence Awareness Month from our MOST and WISE Club ...

Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)

Follow the hashtag #DCSAAM to learn about events happening throughout the month of April....

UASK Duke Launch

UASK Duke (University Assault. Services. Knowledge) is an app and website, available for any Duke University student....

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DCCESV Website Launch

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CDC Announces Research Award

Read about the CDC research award for RTI focusing on evaluating MOST Clubs. ...

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An Improvisational View

Check out MCSR Deputy Director, Rachel Friedman's article!...

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Parenting for Liberation Podcast Feature

Listen to the interview with MCSR Executive Director, Neil Irvin. Thank you Parenting for Liberat...

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DCTV Award

We're excited to announce we were awarded the Voice of Collaboration!...

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I Am The Counter Story

Join us throughout October using the #IAmTheCounterStory!...

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UASK featured on USA Today

MCSR Deputy Director spoke with USA TODAY about our UASK app...

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Counter Stories New Episode - Domestic V

Watch the new episode of Counter Stories for Domestic Violence Awareness Month from our MOST and WIS...

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Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)

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UASK Duke Launch

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Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. We are excited to launch this year's 30 Days of Strength in order to raise awareness that sexual assault is both a women’s and a men’s issue.

This year, we’re taking social media by storm and completing our 30 Days of Strength online as well as in schools. We’ll be using the hashtag ‪#‎30DaysOfStrength‬, and encourage you to do the same!

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Register for A Call To Coaches

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Developing Young Men of Character

Register now for A CALL TO COACHES on May 16th, hosted by A CALL TO MEN in partnership with the NFL. Coaches, athletic directors, mentors, educators and fathers from across the northern VA / Washington, DC area are encouraged to come in groups and take this empowering message back to their communities.


Attendees will hear from current and former NFL greats about how to use sports to build young men of character, to promote healthy, respectful manhood, and to decrease violence and discrimination against women and girls.


A CALL TO COACHES northern VA / Washington, DC will feature the following speakers:


TROY VINCENT
Executive Vice President, NFL Football Operations

EDDIE MASON
NFL Life Transition Coach and Former NFL Player

JOHNNY PARKER
Life Coach to Professional Athletes

JAMES THRASH
Former NFL Player

TONY PORTER
Co-Founder, A CALL TO MEN 

BILL McGREGOR
2004 NFL High School Coach of the Year

RAHMAN BRANCH
Executive Director, Office on African-American Affairs, Washington, D.C.

DWIGHT HOLLIER 
Vice President of Wellness and Clinicial Services, National Football League

NEIL IRVIN
Executive Director, Men Can Stop Rape 

CLICK HERE FOR DATES, LOCATIONS & TO REGISTER

 

 
Upcoming Webinar - Cultural Competency in Practice: Lessons Learned from Boy to Mentsch

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FREE WEBINAR


Cultural Competency in Practice: Lessons Learned from Boy to Mentsch


DAY AND TIME:

May 11, 2 – 3:30 pm EST

 

DESCRIPTION:

Many organizations recognize that cultural competency is an essential skill for effective program development and implementation. While the value of it is widely recognized, the process for practicing cultural competence is still not widely understood. This webinar will be conducted by Jewish Women International and its partners for the Boy to Mentsch project, a healthy masculinity public awareness campaign and programmatic initiative funded by an Office on Violence Against Women Consolidated Youth Engaging Men and Boys grant. Boys to Mentsch, launched in a conservative and insular Orthodox Jewish community in Baltimore, will serve as a case study to examine cultural competency strategies: gaining access to the community, building credibility, and implementing effective programs in culturally specific communities. Lessons learned, applicable to many different cultural competence projects, will be shared.

 

REGISTRATION:

https://cc.readytalk.com/r/23y884g119f8&eom
 

FACILITATORS:

Deborah Rosenbloom, Vice President of Programs and New Initiatives, Jewish Women International

Dana Fleitman, Senior Manager of Prevention and Training Programs, Jewish Women International

Nancy Aiken, Executive Director, Counseling Helpline and Aid Network (CHANA), Baltimore, MD

Rabbi Shmuel Fischler, Director of Advocacy and Outreach, Counseling Helpline and Aid Network, (CHANA), Baltimore, MD

 

This project is supported by Grant No. 2014-TA-AX-K010 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. Points of view in this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice

 


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