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FREE WEBINAR for Europe – Choose to Change: A Campaign Focused on Men who Choose Violence

August 18 @ 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM EDT

AUGUST, 18 @ 4pm BST London Time

Join David Mandel, Executive Director and Founder of the Safe and Together Institute as he presents the ‘Choose to Change: Your Behavior, Your Choice’ Campaign Materials. During a time when communities are exploring how to offer more community-based resources to prevent domestic violence, these free resources are aimed at men who choose violence, professionals who work with them and their family and friends.

Instructor: David Mandel, creator of the Safe & Together Model

Date: AUGUST,18 2020

Time: 4pm BST London Time

Length: 60 minutes

Cost: FREE

DESCRIPTION: Join David Mandel, Executive Director and Founder of the Safe and Together Institute as he presents the ‘Choose to Change: Your Behavior, Your Choice’ Campaign Materials. During a time when communities are exploring how to offer more community-based resources to prevent domestic violence, these free resources are aimed at men who choose violence, professionals who work with them and their family and friends. At the heart of this Campaign is the ‘Choose to Change’ Network Toolkit –  a kit that describes a four-step process to help men develop strong, safe support networks to help them interrupt their violence and increase safety for other family members. By offering men the tools to change, we can encourage their efforts to be a better partner and father, and offer professionals and communities a new resource for ending violence against women and children.

As a result of this webinar, participants will learn about:

  • Why we need a campaign focussed on men who use violence – the key messages and rationale behind the campaign
  • How the materials can be used by men who choose violence, professionals who work with them and their family and friends
  • Guidance on how to safely complete the four-step process to help men create a network to interrupt their violence
  • How this tool can complement men’s behaviour change programming