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THE TE INVITO TOOLKIT
Welcome to the Engaging Men and Boys Toolkit. This toolkit is a collection of resources and materials for individuals and organizations to increase awareness and engage Latino men and boys in preventing domestic violence. Here you will find information about programs that have been documented to work effectively, key cultural considerations, a customizable PSA campaign that organizations can use in their local area, and suggestions for how individuals can become more involved in working to end domestic violence.
This toolkit will be updated as additional resources are created and identified. If you know of an effective or innovative, culturally relevant approach to engaging Latino men and boys in prevention efforts, please let us know through the Share Your Work section.
This project was generously supported by the Verizon, who through Hopeline by Verizon puts technology and our nation’s most reliable and largest wireless network to work in communities by turning unused wireless phones into support for victims of domestic violence, and helps protect the environment by disposing of wireless phones in an environmentally sound way. Check out how you can support these efforts in the What to do section.
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WATCH THE VIDEO
This video features men from our community (not actors) and their sincere invitation to join the effort to prevent and end domestic violence.
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Date: Thursday, November 13, 2014
Type of Event: Webinar
Time: 2:00-3:30pm (Central)
Description: This webinar will focus on developing strong organizational development to support long-term sustainability. For culturally specific and community based organizations, it is critical that our work and fundraising strategies are mission-driven to best meet the needs of our participants. The presenters will share their experiences and innovative practices for sustaining our work as well as preparing our organizations to apply for federal and other funding. Presenters will also share strategies for organizations to best prepare for applying for federal and other funding. Join us for a discussion on these key topics to enhance your organization’s work in communities!Presenters: Jessica Li, Executive Director, Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project and Maritza Valdez, Trainer and Grant Writer, Casa de Esperanza
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The National Latin@ Network offers monthly webinars on a range of topics including domestic violence; public policy, advocacy, and immigration; culturally-specific practices; and research.
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