Strength Campaign

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Men Can Stop Rape's Strength Campaign is a highly flexible, adaptable and multi-faceted public education and social marketing campaign. It was designed to reach young men at every level of the social ecology and to engage them as allies in the effort to stop men’s violence against women and other men. The campaigns messaging helps young men build a healthier masculinity and positively influence peers to make healthy choices and foster safe, equitable relationships.

MCSR’s youth development programming (MOST Clubs), public education messaging, and leadership training together make a unified and comprehensive campaign that has been launched in cities and states across the country to influence social norms at the community and societal level.

 

Visit the website for more information or contact Men Can Stop Rape directly to discuss pricing and guidelines for launching a campaign.

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Tuesday, 22 October 2019
For Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) this October, we are amplifying the Domestic Violence Awareness Project's call for collective action around this year's theme, #1Thing, One Movement, as we move forward together toward social transformation.
Wednesday, 6 November 2019
Webinar Announcement 2:00-3:30pm Eastern / 1:00-2:30pm Central / 12:00-1:30pm Mountain / 11:00am-12:30pm Pacific This web conference will introduce participants to CDC’s comprehensive teen dating violence prevention model, Dating Matters: Strategies to Promote Healthy Teen Relationships.

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