Ending Men’s Violence

Not a Two-Way street: Men are NOT the victims of what is meant by Domestic Violence and Abuse

Just as some mental problems are more prevalent among women (e.g. depression) or men (e.g. alcoholism); many crimes are very, very highly correlated with gender. Men commit near 100% of forcible rapes, 90% of murders, etc. It is a simple fact that men are usually larger and physically stronger than their female partners. It is true that men are far more often raised to

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2011 BrotherPeace Award: Dr. Margaret Baldwin

For Outstanding Lifetime Achievement and Leadership on behalf of Women and Girls used in Prostitution The Ending Men’s Violence Network of NOMAS addresses all forms of violence by men, particularly in the context of patriarchal privilege and sexism. The EMV-Net has been especially active in working against domestic abuse, but also addresses sexual harassment, rape and sexual assault, and the abuse of women in

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NOMAS Joined Successful Amicus Brief to Protect Women’s-only Shelters

Court Dismisses Lawsuit Against CA Shelters March 18, 2005 NOMAS joined an amicus brief with California Women’s Law Center in a case, in which a man who claimed to be a domestic violence victim brought an unsuccessful equal protection challenge to state funding for Los Angeles area women-only domestic violence shelters. Serving as a tester for the National Coalition of Free Men, Blumhorst called

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NOMAS Panel Discusses Causes, Preventions for Same-Sex Domestic Violence

Panel Discusses Causes, Preventions for Same-Sex Domestic Violence Reprinted with permission from QsaltLake (qsaltlake.com) Written by JoSelle Vanderhooft Wednesday, 16 January 2008 A panel of experts in domestic violence – all members of the National Organization for Men Against Sexism – met Jan. 11 at the South Valley Unitarian Universalist Society to discuss the problem of domestic violence in the romantic relationships of gays,

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Highlights of the Colorado Men Against Domestic Violence NOMAS Roundtable

On Saturday, January 16th representatives from fatherhood programs, domestic violence victim services providers, domestic violence offender treatment programs and others gathered to hear and discuss issues related to encouraging men to take a stand against domestic violence and build positive relationships. Featured at the roundtable were members of the National Organization of Men Against Sexism (NOMAS) Leadership Council. Topics included: Domestic violence batterer programs,

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Campus Sexual Assault Response Teams and Peer Education Groups

IVRT: Interpersonal Violence Response Team, Northern Illinois University PAIRS: Providing Advocacy and Intervention Regarding Sexual Assault, SUNY Oneonta SAFER: Sexual Assault Free Environment Resource, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo SOS: Sexual Offense Support, Delaware State SRVP: Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention, West Chester University CARE: Campus Assault Response, James Madison University SARV: Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence Team, University of South Carolina STAR: Students

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NOMAS Endorses the NY Model for Batterer Programs

After years of exploring a wide range of batterer program models, the National Council of NOMAS has given its full support to the New York Model for Batterer Programs (www.nymbp.org). This model was determined to be most in keeping with NOMAS principles and beliefs about sexism, domestic violence and batterer programs. Batterer programs, created in the mid 70’s, were originally designed to “treat” offenders.

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Acquaintance Rape of College Students: A problem oriented guide for police

The Problem of Acquaintance Rape of College Students Rape is the most common violent crime on American college campuses today. This guide describes the problem of acquaintance rape of college students, addressing its scope, causes and contributing factors; methods for analyzing it on a particular campus; tested responses; and measures for assessing response effectiveness. With this information, police and public safety officers can more

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Video records NOMAS-Boston supply drive for DV shelters

NOMAS Boston, the Boston Chapter of the National Organization for Men Against Sexism, holds their annual supply drive for local domestic violence shelters. Putting together a wish list of items needed by the shelters, the coordinated effort entailed setting up stations in front of grocery and department stores to collect donated items and create teachable moments for the community. Watch the YOUTUBE.com video by

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