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Posts Tagged ‘ mens health network ’

NCFM will have several speakers at the SCRIPT 2015 STOP THE STIGMA conference in Los Angeles

July 4, 2015
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NCFM will have several speakers at the SCRIPT 2015 STOP THE STIGMA conference in Los Angeles

By NCFM This is the first conference of which we are aware given over to male victims and survivors of abuse. NCFM Adviser Julie Brand forwarded me the information and introduced me to the event organizer, Debra Warner, Ph.D. Dr. Warner said they were looking for presenters who could think outside the box and bring new information to...
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Posted in Conference Men, Discrimination, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Discrimination Against Men in the Military, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Domestic Violence, Harry Crouch, Michael Conzachi, National Coalition For Men, NCFM, SCRIPT, Sexual Assault, Sexual Assault in the Military | No Comments »

NCFM Austrailian Liaison Greg Andresen and coalition of men’s health advocates letter expose White Ribbon Campaign ethical violations

April 14, 2014
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NCFM Austrailian Liaison Greg Andresen and coalition of men’s health advocates letter expose White Ribbon Campaign ethical violations

Domestic violence study suspended by UNSW for breach of ethics An online ‘domestic violence study’ has been ordered offline by the University of NSW Human Research Ethics Committee. Flyers published by the survey organisers have been ordered destroyed. The study, being conducted by the Gendered Violence Research Network, White Ribbon Australia and Youth Action NSW,...
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Posted in Action, Activism, Australia, Boys, Feminist Hypocracy, Greg Andresen, Myths | 2 Comments »

Pioneering Domestic Violence Advocate Who Refused to Discriminate Leaves Lasting Legacy

August 16, 2011
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Pioneering Domestic Violence Advocate Who Refused to Discriminate Leaves Lasting Legacy

TORRANCE, Calif., August 15, 2011 – She changed the lives of thousands, perhaps millions, but few know her name. Patricia Shanley Overberg, MSW, died of heart failure in Torrance, California, on August 11, 2011, with her children at her side. Overberg, a native of Providence, Rhode Island, was 77. With the Violence Against Women...
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Posted in Domestic Abuse/Violence, National | 1 Comment »