Curriculum/Workshops

The Youth Relationships Manual

This manual offers a step-by-step series of group activities focused on helping youth build awareness about dating violence and organize an outreach event together.

Available From: 
Sage Publications 245 Teller Road Thousand Oaks, CA 91320 Email: oder@sagepub.com
Recommended For: 
Youth activist organizers, educators and group facilitators.

Young Women's Lives

Designed as a program for a group of teenage girls, this curriculum package with video and handouts aims at helping young women overcome abuse and develop healthy relationships.

Available From: 
15251 Pleasant Valley Road P.O. Box 176 Center City, MN 55012-0127 Phone: (800) 328-9000
Recommended For: 
Facilitators, counselors, and youth activists working with young women and teens in school settings or after-school groups.

Young Men's Work

This curriculum package with video, guidebook, workbooks and posters encourages young men to confront and change restrictive masculine roles that condone aggression and violence.

Available From: 
15251 Pleasant Valley Road P.O. Box 176 Center City, MN 55012-0127 Phone: (800) 328-9000
Recommended For: 
Facilitators of youth groups in a variety of settings, including schools, athletic programs, juvenile detention settings, or substance abuse treatment programs.

young asianz rising!

This innovative video project created by and for Asian/Pacific Islander youth explores teen perspectives on domestic violence, dating violence, harrassment and sexual assualt.

Available From: 
Nihonmachi Legal Outreach 1188 Franklin Street, #202 San Francisco, CA 94109 Phone: (415) 567-6255
Format: 
Video
Recommended For: 
Recommended for teen and adult members of the Asian/Pacific Islander communities who are working to prevent youth violence as well as allies from other communities interested in supporting their efforts.
Size/Length: 
28 Minutes

Worker To Worker Action Kit

A complete set of resource materials and ideas for addressing domestic violence as it impacts the workplace setting are included in this kit for employees and managers.

Available From: 
The Family Violence Prevention Fund, 383 Rhode Island Street, Suite 304, San Francisco, CA 94103-5133
Recommended For: 
Employers and employees interested in fostering domestic violence awareness and safety planning in the workplace setting.

Working With Victims Of Crime With Disabilities

Recommendations from a symposium on improving the law enforcement response to crime victims with disabilities are reported in this newsletter, along with examples of promising practices in the field.

Available From: 
Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) Resource Center U.S. Department of Justice 810 7thStreet, N.W., 8th Floor Washington, D.C. 20531
Cost: 
Free
Format: 
Print and Internet Document
Recommended For: 
Law enforcement staff, domestic violence and disability rights advocates
Size/Length: 
16 Pages

A Woman's Place

This inspiring video documents the efforts of three courageous leaders in South Africa, India, and Duluth, Minnesota to guarantee women's rights and protections under the law.

Available From: 
Maria Nicolo 99 Berkeley Place, #3 Brooklyn, NY 11217
Cost: 
Shipping & Handling Charge
Format: 
Video
Recommended For: 
Women's studies programs and community groups.
Size/Length: 
58 Minutes

Whose Perspective? -A Guide To Gender-Sensitive Analysis Of The Media

Produced by a women's media watch group in Jamaica, this guide offers all the materials needed to host a training workshop focused on challenging media images that perpetuate violence against women.

Available From: 
Phone: (212) 687-8633 Mail: 777 United Nations Plaza New York, NY 10017
Recommended For: 
Organizations looking for tips on how to analyze and use media in campaigns designed to challenge sexist imagery and prevent violence against women and girls.

What Causes Men's Violence Against Women?

This thought-provoking book causes of men's violence offers a broad research model and critiques by theorists arguing from biological, sociological, and family systems perspectives.

Available From: 
Sage Publications, Inc. 2455 Teller Road Thousand Oaks, CA 91320
Cost: 
$34.95
Format: 
Print Document
Recommended For: 
Domestic violence researchers, educators and community-based programs.
Size/Length: 
296 Pages

Violence Against Native Women Is Not Traditional

Cultural values and history are respectfully highlighted in this set of resource materials designed to help and end violence against women in Native American communities.

Available From: 
For Packets Email: scircle@sacred-circle.com
Recommended For: 
Indian Tribes and tribal organizations developing domestic violence interventions and strategies on Indian reservations and tribal communities.
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