Men Stopping Violence trains leaders from a variety of disciplines: business, non-profit, faith-based organizations, government, higher education, healthcare and more in communities and classrooms nationwide.
Whether it is individuals, groups or entire organizations, MSV can provide training on individual topics or a comprehensive series of topics related to ending violence and oppression. Training and consultation varies in format according to the needs of the organizers and participants of the training.
MSV holds multiple day facilitation trainings on the Men At Work: Building Safe Communities educational program and the Because We Have Daughters program. Click on the links above to learn more.
Below are a variety of training titles and descriptions from past trainings MSV has developed. The topics have been presented in multiple formats including webinars, keynotes, and workshops at conferences, and can vary in length.
Click on the arrow to the right of each title to read their respective description.
Confronting Collusion: Centering Safety in Family Violence Intervention Programs
Core Principles of Mobilizing Men: We are the Work
Deconstructing Male Violence Against Women: MSV’s Community Accountability Model
Engaging Men: Bridging Theory and Practice
Expanding the Role of Family Violence Intervention Programs: Getting Involved in Communities to Prevent Violence Against Women
Focusing on Sexual Violence as a Tactic of Control: Teaching Sexual Respect through Family Violence Intervention Programs
Preventing Male Violence Against Women: Because We Have Daughters
Women’s Voices and Experiences must be Central to Our Work with Men
Working with Men Across Difference: Tools for Addressing Bias and Inequality in Family Violence Intervention Programs