They still think parents have a job to tell children what's acceptable, but in many cases, they have a problem with the tone people use when disciplining children.
For example, people tend to yell at their children or embarrass them in front of other people while disciplining them.
The findings call into question some of the most basic assumptions about the domestic violence field.
FFI will present the details and findings of this groundbreaking project, and share recommendations for action to improve systems and services for people who have experienced violence in their relationships.
Violence is Preventable Violence is preventable and all individuals have the right to healthy, lifeaffirming relationships demonstrated by respect, trust, safety, equality, mutuality, individuality, support, acceptance, and caring and everyone has the right to live in a thriving compassionate community without fear or the threat of violence.
Capacity Building Comprehensive, integrated and multi-disciplinary approaches that are well designed, and reflect and respond to diverse community needs and assets are essential.
KATU-TV reports the three 14-year-old boys were all taken to the Douglas County Juvenile Detention Center on Sunday on charges including burglary, trespassing and possession of marijuana.
These themes represent the young client's narrative, or the story constructed to explain and describe life from the client's perspective.Leadership and Decision Making: The Me, The You, and The We - September 30, 2014 Presenter: Andrea Nagel, Interaction Institute for Social Change (IISC) In this two hour webinar, partcipants will learn to: Doing Different with Less: Three Tools - August 11, 2014 Presenter: Liz Weaver, Tamarack Institute In this two hour webinar, participants will explore three useful tools to enhance organizational planning and execution in fiscally challenging times.Redefining our Work to Meet 21st Centry Challenges: Comparative Funding, Increased Use of Technology, Cross-Sector Collaboration, and More - May 30, 2014 Presenter: Shiree Teng, Independent Strategy and Evaluation Consultant This webinar will discuss: Strategy and direction setting for organizations working to end violence against women; The connection between ongoing learning & evaluation with strategic thinking; Effectively communicating with funders; Examples of various financial sustainability models; Good practices on using technology; and 'Coopetition' - the future state of collaboration and competition.Our work is to build the capacity of programs, organizations, and systems through learning communities to provide safe, compassionate, trauma-informed, inclusive and accessible services to adolescents and adults and their children exposed to violence and to increase offender accountability.Inclusive and Diverse All forms of oppression – including but not limited to patriarchy, sexism, racism, ableism, classism, ageism, adultism, heterosexism, and religions oppression – create a culture which enables violence to occur.