June 27, 2012 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

If we are to hear important truths about male violence against women and how it affects our communities, we must seek out women’s voices and experiences. These truths are invaluable to the work we do with men to prevent male violence. They deepen the meaning of our prevention efforts and shape its direction. We can learn about women’s experiences by reading, by embracing their artistic expressions, and through conversation with women. In this webinar, Men Stopping Violence will explore the importance and implications of centering women’s experiences in our engaging men work.  We will present the reasons why MSV places such value on the realities of women and offer tools tactics of incorporating women’s experiences of violence into our work with men.