Domestic Violence: Prevention

This area provides resources to support primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention efforts that identify and address factors that perpetuate and increase risk of domestic violence. Materials listed here feature prevention theory and “model” or “promising” programs, curricula, and initiatives. Evaluation materials are provided to help guide evidence-based, cost-effective prevention efforts. Click on the button below to access our Domestic Violence Prevention Timeline.

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December 2007
This issue explores how men can be engaged to support and promote women’s rights and thus help to establish gender equitable societies.
Authors: Women for Women International
1992
This commentary offers one woman’s response to men in the movement to end domestic violence.
Authors: Kathleen Carlin
2011
This article presents some of the main findings that most researchers within critical studies on men will agree on, and then it discusses how to better understand men’s relationship to power and marginalization, change and gender equality in future research.
Authors: Jorgen Lorentzen
2010
This summary outlines the purposes and themes of the multi-day discussion that took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Themes from the report include how to address men’s violence against women and children, issues related to sexuality and gender identity, and other gender equity issues.
Authors: Lucille C. Atkin with support from Gary Barker, Christine Ricardo, Marcos Nascimento and Gabriela Azevedo de Aguiar
2010
This brief article discussed literature and qualitative data on the construction of masculinity as a social identity and how to incorporate this knowledge into social justice work with college men.
Authors: Vern Koblassa and Tracy L. Davis
2012
This fact sheet lists ten practical things that men can do to help end violence against women.
Authors: White Ribbon Campaign
July 2011
This document represents the text of a one-day workshop presented by Dr Michael Flood, hosted by the women’s organization Soroptimist International.
Authors: Michael Flood
2010
This step-by-step guide provides practical steps explaining how to go about engaging boys and men as partners to stop the violence against boys and girls, women and other men.
Authors: Laxman Belbase, Turid Heiberg & Gemma Pillars
2011
Around the world, there are growing efforts to involve boys and men in the prevention of violence against women. This article provides a review of the variety of initiatives, which engage or address men to prevent violence against women.
Authors: Michael Flood
July 2010
This policy brief discusses the importance of developing and implementing policies to engage men in achieving gender equality and reducing health disparities. While it deals largely with issues related to disease and other health issues, the rationale and framework may be useful in developing internal policies and advocating for broader policy-driven social change.
Authors: World Health Organization