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¡Hasta Aqui No Mas! is a multimedia educational campaign that aims to engage Latin@s in a dialogue about sexual violence. Two public service announcements (PSAs) videos were created to promote the initiative, which feature Latin-American men and women confronting sexual violence. The PSAs promote attitudes and behaviors that empower men and boys to play an active role in ending sexual violence and to support messages of consent, equity and accountability. (You can read more about the project here.)

 

 

¡Hasta Aqui No Mas! - Enseñando a la juventud (Teaching Youth) (with English subtitles)

 

 

¡Hasta Aqui No Mas! - Desafiando Amigos (Challenging Friends) (with English subtitles)

 

MUJER Pamphlet

For even more information about MUJER please click here

In this 40 minute audio CD, Dr. Omar Villalobos presents strategies on how to live the best life possible. Using honesty and humor, listeners gain tools for dealing with anger and frustration. Villalobos offers listeners a new perspective on how their approach to life impacts the people around them. The CD may be used by individuals or groups to explore and challenge gender stereotypes and is available for purchase here.

“This is not a program, it is an approach, it is a commitment to a way of life.” Jerry Tello

  • Based in a profound understanding and respect of the Latin@ culture, National Compadres Network  aims to teach Latino men about their positive values, beliefs, traditions, and history by connecting them with  “Un Hombre Noble”.
  • The uniqueness of the NCN approach lies in the use of concepts such as kinship (Compadrazgo), extended family system, fear, sadness, dignity, respect, and learning through our culture to heal from the effects of the trauma (el Susto) of discrimination, violence, and racism.
  • With more than 25 years of experience, NCN offers a variety of comprehensive approaches for addressing issues like family violence, gang violence, teen fatherhood, teen pregnancy prevention, fatherhood, parenting, and Latino Rites of Passage for Young Men.  
  • In addition, NCN offers training, technical assistance, consultation, guides, and assistance for the development of círculos and for connecting communities within the network.

For more information about the National Compadres Network, go to:

http://www.nationalcompadresnetwork.com/

“When you do something well, you should share with the world.” Promundo

  • Program H aims to transform social norms, attitudes and beliefs that are harmful for men’s health and to promote healthy forms of masculinity.
  • Designed as a group education curriculum to engage young men from urban or rural backgrounds, Program H supports candid dialogue and critical reflection about gender equality, caregiving, sexual and reproductive health, women’s rights, domestic violence, and violence against other men.
  • Divided into five modules with approximately 70 activities and a no-words video called Once Upon a Boy, Program H is easily adapted to the demands of the local community through the use of a community assessment and technical assistance provided by Promundo.org.br and their regional partners.
  • Designed for same-sex groups, Program H can be facilitated by men who serve as role models for the youth and who come from the same community. The program is also designed to engage young men as activists and community mobilizers at the school or community level.
  • All materials including manuals, evaluation reports, and videos are free and available at the organization website.
  • The results of eight quasi-experimental studies on Program H in Latin America, sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and the Balkan found positive evidence of changes among program participants toward more gender-equitable attitudes and behavior.

For more information about Program H, go to:

http://www.promundo.org.br/en/activities/activities-posts/program-h-manuals-download/

“I want to emphasize that this program was created for Migrant Latino men who have to continually move due to their work.” —Adrian Velasquez

 

  • Hombres Unidos was created for Spanish-speaking Latino men who are migrant workers. Its goal is to respond to the conditions and difficulties these men face on a daily basis.
  • Influenced by Paulo Freire’s popular education model, the program is facilitated by two men who conduct an open and candid discussion about domestic violence, sexual abuse, and the ways participants can engage in prevention.
  • Hombres Unidos offers a series of five, two-hour workshop sessions, designed around core protective cultural factors such as collectivism, personalism and familism.
  • The program’s principal objective is to change participants’ attitudes, knowledge, beliefs, and behaviors with the intention of engaging them in sexual violence and abuse prevention within their communities.
  • The evaluation, which included 309 participants, shows that Hombres Unidos  offers promising results in changed attitudes, behavior, and the willingness to intervene to prevent DV among Latino migrant men.

For more information on Hombres Unidos, go to:

 http://www.migrantclinician.org/services/initiatives/family-violence-prevention/hucvf.html

 

The Men’s Story Project (MSP) promotes healthy masculinity and prevention of gender violence.  The program consists of the development of public presentations in which men analyze social norms around masculinity and gender relations through candid stories about their life experiences. The stories cover issues such as paternity, sexuality, substance abuse, and experiences of perpetrating, witnessing, surviving, and/or intervening in diverse forms of violence. Presenters can include opinion leaders such as celebrities or activists as well as men who’ve never spoken publically.

  • In each MSP production, 5­–15 men share their personal stories with the public in an unusually candid manner. The stories celebrate men’s humanity and point out the damage caused by stereotyped and unhealthy masculinity. Multiple media can be used, including narrated history, poetry, music, dance, and monologues. However, artistic experience and presentation-styles are not required. Each session is followed by a public discussion.
  • MSP supports groups in developing anecdotes and presentation activities, as well as in filming these events to create culturally-specific educational documentaries. The presentation focus can vary depending on the interests of the organization; for example, it can focus specifically on stories relevant to gender violence prevention. Documentaries can accompany these live events, along with educator’s manuals, discussions of community events, media coverage, and advocacy.
  • MSP’s website and YouTube channel include the work of local initiatives, which can be regular functions in a non-profit organization, touring groups, or incorporated into the wide range of educational men’s programming.
  • Preliminary results of a qualitative study from the U of California­–San Francisco indicate that live productions are a promising way of stimulating attitude changes and behavior towards gender norms and healthier social relationships.
  • MSP is implemented with the support of a 40-page guide for facilitators, a license and the technical support (Spanish and English) of the organization at www.mensstoryproject.org.

For more information on the Men’s Story Project, go to: www.mensstoryproject.org and  www.youtube.com/user/mensstoryproject

Additional Resources from 

The Men's Story Project was also featured in a webinar hosted by the National Latin@ Network. A brief registration form is required to access the recording

The National Latin@ Network maintains an archive of past webinars that can be accessed here

“Using the metaphor about coaching, we work with coaches and athletes on issues about masculinity, healthy masculinities, and social norms to prevent dating violence.”  —Brian O’Connor, Director, Public Education Campaigns & Programs, Futures Without Violence

  • Coaching Boys into Men is an evidence-based violence prevention program that engages athletic coaches with their young male athletes in talking about how to build healthy and respectful relationships.
  • The CBIM Coaches Kit curriculum consists of a series of coach-to-athlete “teach-easy tactics and trainings” that illustrate ways to model respect and promote healthy relationships and choices among youth. The CBIM Card Series instructs coaches on how to incorporate themes associated with teamwork, integrity, fair play, and respect into their daily practice and routine.
  • Built on partnerships between school administrators, violence prevention organizations, faith-based and community groups, CBIM offers coaches the opportunity to work in collaboration with other members of the community for optimal support.
  • All materials are free and available at the organization’s website: www.CoachesCorner.org
  • Additionally, you can request training and technical assistance from Futures Without Violence by contacting them at coachescorner@futureswithoutviolence.org.
  • A randomized- controlled trial which followed 2,000 athletes for one year in 16 high schools in Sacramento, California showed that CBIM increases recognition of abusive behavior in athletes and intentions to intervene.

For more information about Coaching Boys Into Men, go to:

www.CoachesCorner.org