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These files are part of the Engaging Migrant Men project.

MCN developed 3 vignettes that portray the three messages developed in video and printed form.

These files are part of the Engaging Migrant Men project.

Accompanying discussion guides were created to be used by male peers, community leaders, or outreach workers for one-on-one and small group discussions with men.

Hombres Unidos is a peer-led workshop focused on the primary prevention of sexual and intimate partner violence (s/ipv) with Latino migrant men.  Developed in 2005 with the support from the Centers for Disease and Control, this five session workshop is implemented using a popular education technique (Paulo Freire) which is a concept that incorporates notions of class, political struggle and social transformation.  

This webinar (sponsored by the Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs) focuses on the collaborative development of a primary prevention workshop for Latino migrant men, the evaluation of the workshop, and the continuing effort on engaging Latino migrant men as allies with women in s/ipv prevention after the five session workshop.

After this webinar, participants will be able to identify:

  • methods on how to begin a conversation on sexual and intimate partner violence with Latino migrant men
  • process and outcome evaluation techniques on a primary prevention workshop developed for a specific population
  • efforts to continue to engage Latino migrant men in sexual and intimate partner violence prevention
  • how to incorporate existing efforts with your population

Recording & Materials

During the webinar, Adrian referenced a few handouts that are used in the program.  Below you will find a few of these in Spanish.

Sample clinical protocol describing how the clinic works with patients who are suspected of being victims of abuse.

The National Audio Conference on the Hombres Unidos project was a rousing success on the 15th. There were about 100 folks from across the nation, and every sector of society in the discussion.

The United States Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women handles legal and policy issues regarding violence against women, and provides national and international leadership on the issue.

VAWnet is an easily accessible and comprehensive collection of full-text, searchable electronic resources on domestic violence, sexual violence and related issues.

CHOOSE RESPECT teaches young teens and the caring adults in their lives about dating abuse prevention and healthy relationships.

In a case that spotlights problems faced by migrant women working on farms, a federal-court jury in Fresno on Friday found one of California’s largest agricultural businesses liable for sexual harassment and awarded its employee nearly $1 million.

Shawnna Hughes divorced her abusive husband. But four days later a judge revoked her divorce because Shawnna Hughes was pregnant-- and pregnant women in Washington, according to this judge, can't get divorced.

HAPA- Hombres Autoresponsables para Parar el Abuso: Small group intervention for abusers consisting of 24 weekly group sessions. 541-386-4880
Families/Familias Saludables: 8 week curricula focusing on prevention of domestic violence 831-722-4532

A nonprofit, community-based legal and social service agency serving the low-income Latino and foreign-born community in the D.C. metropolitan area. 202-387-2870

Legal Momentum advances the rights of women and girls by using the power of the law and creating innovative public policy. 202-544-4470LDEF Helpline: 212-925-6635

Phone

1-800-656-HOPE

800-342-9908

415-252-8900 or 888-Rx-ABUSE

1-800-FYI-CALL