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RePlay: Finding Zoe 2.0
  • Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Women and Children (METRAC)
  • Anonymous (not verified) Sun, 03/28/2010 - 19:50
    RePlay: Finding Zoe is an online video game that seeks to promote healthy relationships and challenge the acceptance of violence and unhealthy relationships in young people’s lives. The game centers on a group of kids searching for their friend Zoe, who is believed to be in an abusive relationship.(available in English & French)

    Stopping Sexual Abuse Through Intervention with Sexually Abusive Youth

  • NEARI Training Center
  • 2010
  • This introductory online course covers how best to identify and intervene with youth who exhibit sexually abusive behaviors—to prevent them from hurting any other victims. It provides an overview of how sexual-abuse-specific assessment, case management and treatment can help give a teenager the opportunity to live an abuse-free life.

    Engaging Boys and Men in Gender Transformation: The Group Education Manual

  • ACQUIRE Project
  • This 11-chapter manual offers trainers an array of participatory experiential exercises to reach men (and their partners), exploring gender socialization and its impact on HIV prevention and care.  Piloted in Ethiopia, Namibia, South Africa and Tanzania, the manual is designed to assist trainers in developing curricula to work with men and boys on gender, HIV and AIDS issues.  Chapter topics include:  Gender and Power, Sexuality, Men and Health, Substance Use, Healthy Relationships, STI and HIV prevention, Living with HIV, Fatherhood, Violence and Making Change-Taking Action.

    TEACH VIP E-Learning: Lessons in Violence and Injury Prevention

  • TEACH-VIP (Training, Educating, and Advancing Collaboration in Health on Violence and Injury Prevention)
  • 2010
  • TEACH-VIP E-Learning is an online self-paced curriculum on violence and injury prevention. It addresses a broad range of issues pertinent to understanding and preventing injuries, violence, and suicide, including extensive content on using data to understanding injury problems and creating programs to address these problems. Participants can choose from 20 lessons to create an experience appropriate to their needs and schedule.