Gender Specific

Originally: Student Leaders & Athletic Youth (2015)
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Intended for high school athletes on girls’ sports teams. The program aims to empower female-identified youth to take an active role in promoting healthy relationships and ending sexual violence. Athletes are encouraged to be leaders in changing social norms at the school to a culture of safety and respect.

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Curriculums, Gender Specific, Healthy Relationships, Root Causes
(2012)
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Empowerment Model program created by Peace Over Violence. Structured to encourage positive female development on each level of the social-ecological model. Each lesson provides an opportunity for young women to challenge oppressive social norms, build connections with peers, develop their sense of self-esteem, and work towards preventing sexual and intimate partner violence.

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Curriculums, Culturally Specific, Gender Specific, Healthy Relationships, Root Causes
(Updated in 2017)
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Program designed by Futures Without Violence (FWV) to target adolescent athletes. Coaches learn to address issues of respect and gender equality, with a bystander intervention piece, as well.

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Curriculums, Bystanders, Gender Specific
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June, 2011

In this issue of "Partners in Social Change" we examine what it looks like to engage men in sexual violence prevention. Much of the work we do focuses on how communities can prevent sexual violence; therefore this issue seeks to examine men as a community that has the potential to help create social change. The notion that men need to be involved in ending gender-based violence is not new by any means, but we want to take a look at how we can genuinely involve men as part of a movement that…

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Gender Specific
WCSAP Webpage
January, 2012

Ending sexual violence in our communities takes all of us. Involving boys and men in our prevention work can benefit the prevention field, men, and the community. Here are a few considerations and resources to use when engaging men in prevention.

Why engage men in prevention?

These are just a few reasons — challenge yourself to come up with more & then put them to action!

  • While the majority of sexual violence is…
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Gender Specific
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This program, created by Jewish Women International, explores issues of:

  • power and control,
  • gender,
  • self-esteem,
  • masculinity, and
  • relationships

within a Jewish context.

Topics
Curriculums, Culturally Specific, Gender Specific, Healthy Relationships
(2008)
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A bilingual curriculum put together by the Migrant Clinicians Network which lasts 5 two-hour weekly sessions and focuses on preventing intimate partner and sexual violence within migrant communities. This curriculum uses a culturally appropriate, popular education style.

Topics
Curriculums, Bystanders, Culturally Specific, Gender Specific, Healthy Relationships
(2015)
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Liverespect is a 9-session curriculum from A Call to Men designed to help mentors educate and encourage young men to examine their attitudes and beliefs about masculinity.

Topics
Curriculums, Gender Specific, Healthy Relationships
For High School and College Males
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The MVP Model was created by Northeastern University’s Center for the Study of Sport in Society and Jackson Katz. Approaches youth as potential bystanders, not victims or perpetrators, to sexual violence, bullying, and harassment. Playbooks use scenarios in order to build bystander response skills. Official training of trainers is available.

Originally designed to engage student-athletes and student leaders to use their social influence over peers however can be used to engage a wide…

Topics
Curriculums, Bystanders, Gender Specific, Healthy Relationships
For High School Females
External Website

The MVP Model was created by Northeastern University’s Center for the Study of Sport in Society and Jackson Katz. Approaches youth as potential bystanders, not victims or perpetrators, to sexual violence, bullying, and harassment. Playbooks use scenarios in order to build bystander response skills. Official training of trainers is available.

Originally designed to engage student-athletes and student leaders to use their social influence over peers however can be used to engage a wide…

Topics
Curriculums, Bystanders, Gender Specific, Healthy Relationships

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