Sexual violence is one of the only social problems for which the onus (both professionally and personally) falls almost entirely on one gender. Dr. Robert Eckstein show us that in order to effectively reduce rates of sexual violence, it is essential that men become more engaged in the process. He shares some relatively simple, but effective strategies to engage men in becoming stronger allies to this cause. Dr. Robert Eckstein is a Senior Lecturer at the University of New Hampshire for both the Department of Psychology and the Justice Studies Program, where he also serves as the Internship Coordinator for the undergraduate and graduate programs. He is also a the Curriculum Development Specialist for Prevention Innovations Research Center, a research group at the University of New Hampshire that focuses on the prevention of sexual assault, relationship abuse, and stalking. Dr. Eckstein was given the University of New Hampshire’s Excellence in Teaching Award in 2010. He is the co-author of Bringing in the Bystander: A Prevention Workshop for Establishing a Community of Responsibility, an evidence-based, educational program aimed at implementing bystander intervention as a means of preventing violence against women.He is also the co-author of a high school adaptation of Bringing in the Bystander that is currently being evaluated through a federal Center for Disease Control grant. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 4914 TEDx Talks
As the president of an all-male sexual assault prevention group at the University of Virginia, John Stegner has seen the issue up close - especially within the past year. In a stirring examination of American social culture, including the environments of college campuses, Stegner outlines how the men of our society can shift their mindsets to become active parts of the solution to gender-based violence. John Stegner is a fourth-year student at the University of Virginia studying English Education. He is currently Vice President of One in Four, the all-male sexual assault prevention peer advocacy group on grounds. He is interested in educating men on how to handle the problem of sexual assault and instigate meaningful change in societal norms. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 614 TEDx Talks
On 15 August 2017, Xplore for Success partnered with PwC and AICD’s 30%Club to host a panel discussion with Dr Michael Kimmel (SUNY Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies, Stony Brook University, New York), Sam Weiss (Chairman, Altium Limited), and Peter O’Brien (Managing Director, Russell Reynolds Associates) on how to engage men as allies for gender equality. The discussion was opened by Diana Ryall AM (Founder and Managing Director, Xplore for Success), and facilitated by Amanda Webb (General Manager, Xplore for Success). This is one of a series of video highlights from that discussion.
Views: 188 Xplore for Success
Rayona keynotes the American Institute of CPAs Global Women's Leadership Summit. She talks energetically about why we need men to help us achieve gender equality, and how women can partner with men in new ways, inside their profession and for their client companies, to create a strong business case for gender partnership.
Views: 183 Institute for Women's Leadership
We need both men and women to make gender equality a reality in the workplace. Hear Julie Bohan, HR Executive for Corporate Sector, and Bill Kapher, Head of Global Supplier Diversity, discuss how men can be allies. Learn more: https://www.jpmorganchase.com/corporate/About-JPMC/women-on-the-move.htm SUBSCRIBE: http://jpm.com/x/i/NFPWfK0 About J.P. Morgan: J.P. Morgan is a leader in financial services, offering solutions to clients in more than 100 countries with one of the most comprehensive global product platforms available. We have been helping our clients to do business and manage their wealth for more than 200 years. Our business has been built upon our core principle of putting our clients' interests first. Connect with J.P. Morgan Online: Visit the J.P. Morgan Website: https://www.jpmorgan.com/ Follow @jpmorgan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jpmorgan Visit our J.P. Morgan Facebook page: http://facebook.com/jpmorgan Follow J.P. Morgan on LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/company/j-p-morgan/ Follow @jpmorgan on Instagram: https://instagram.com/jpmorgan/ #jpmorgan #WomenOnTheMove #WomensHistoryMonth Men as Allies | Women On The Move | JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Views: 322 jpmorgan
From 1-3 July 2015, Partners for Prevention (P4P) organized a training workshop in Hanoi, Viet Nam for government partners and political and social organizations, NGOs working on gender equality in Vietnam to share understanding on the roles of men and boys in primary prevention of VAWG and develop concrete plans for the involvement of men and boys in primary intervention of VAWG. Partners for Prevention is a UNDP, UNFPA, UN Women and UNV regional joint programme for the prevention of violence against women and girls in Asia and the Pacific. The joint programme brings together the combined strengths of the four UN agencies, along with governments and civil society, to promote and implement more effective violence prevention programmes and policies.
Views: 1032 UN Women
Gender Leadership Group presents the Better Man Conference (BMC) “Inclusionary Leaders: Engaging Men as Allies”. BMC has created a unique space to discuss how healthy masculinity can be harnessed to establish more balanced dynamics in organizations. We recognize that Inclusionary leadership involves men leveraging their power and privilege to support a sense of belonging along with advancement opportunities for marginalized groups. BMC is creating a movement through engaging programs that offer experiential learning and problem solving. 2017 sponsors include: Visa, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Kaiser Permanente, Genentech, Mankind Project, the Anita Borg Institute. Visit www.BetterManConference.com to learn more about attending the conference, sending a delegation, becoming a speaker or a sponsor. Visit www.GenderLeadershipGroup.com to learn about training for your organization.
Views: 951 Ray Arata
This short film aims to unravel the multi-layered patriarchal narrative in Sudan, delve into the concept of masculinity and its correlation to that social concept/discourse and to explore the personal experiences of young men regarding their attitudes, stances and behavioral patterns towards oppression, discrimination and violence against women. It additionally aims to establish self and societal awareness amongst young men on the implications of violence against women and its impact and to initiate a public discourse on masculinity and VAW (its implications and consequences) so as to raise awareness, sensitize the public and influence positive change.
Views: 708 Siha Network
A long overdue conversation about sexual harassment and the larger issue of how to harness the full potential of women in the workplace is at a tipping point. Women and men are working in solidarity to advance gender equality, prevent men’s violence against women, and change outdated paradigms in the business/entertainment world and beyond. Come learn and discuss how investors and corporations can shift workplace culture to one of respect, equity, and value for all. Adrienne Becker CEO + Co-Founder Level Forward Ted Bunch Chief Development Officer A CALL TO MEN Mauricio Mota Co-President Wise Entertainment Marianne Schnall Founder and CEO What Will It Take Movements http://socialcapitalmarkets.net SOCAP18 - At The Intersection of Money and Meaning Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, CA October 23-26, 2018
Views: 72 SOCAP
Tonja Brown, Brand Strategist Expert has quite an impressive resume with experience at many well known companies. -Marketing Manager at CNN -Vice President of Business Integration at FOX -Senior Director of Ad Sales at Turner Broadcasting System. Tonja talks about men as allies to women.
Views: 6 Glass Ceiling
Panel discussion with Jimmie Briggs, Joelle Gamble, Dan Garodnick and Alexis Grenell. Moderated by Marianne Schnall and Michael Kimmel. Part of the Women & Men as Allies series: a Partnership between Feminist.com and The Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities. Produced by Willa Shalit and RTM Limited. March 2017 NYC
Views: 566 Feminist.com
In the spring 2018 semester, Olin Women in Business launched the Men As Allies initiative, an exciting expansion that invites men in the Olin community to join OWIB through an official membership track. Club members were honored to lead the kickoff event in January and gave credit to the Olin community with making that evening easy. The enthusiasm and willingness to listen, learn, and engage was contagious. The kickoff drew a full house, with attendance reaching 20 percent of current Olin MBA students. OWIB members and officers led discussions to bring together women and men from the community to share experiences and discuss the state of gender equity at Olin and in the business community at large. https://olinblog.wustl.edu/2018/03/owib-men-allies-initiative-promotes-gender-equity/
Views: 340 OlinBusinessSchool
Prof. Ingrid Mattson speaks in this interview whith nafisa.de during her visit at the Institute for Islamic Theology (University Osnabrück) on a range of topics regarding women, men and Islam: stories of Muslim women, which are not told, the responsiveness of the Qur'an to women's concerns, gender role models and the Qur'anic ideal of shared responsibility between men and women. Her talk given in the lecture series "Islam and the question of gender" with the title "'And the believers, men and women, are protecting friends one of another' (9:71) - Joint engagement for the sake of the community" can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tm0CiewtLEE
Views: 16009 Nafisa.de
Panel conversation moderated by Michael Kimmel and Marianne Schnall with Jessica Bennett, Simon Isaacs, Alicia Jay and Josh Levs. Part of the Women & Men as Allies series: a Partnership between Feminist.com and The Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities. Supported by the Woodcock Foundation.
Views: 2247 Feminist.com
Moderator: Marianne Schnall, Founder Feminist.com and WhatWillItTake.com Panelists: Kimberly Peeler-Allen, Co-Founder, Higher Height Susannah Wellford, Founder, Running Start Jessica Neuwirth, President, Equal Rights Amendment Coalition Jackson Katz, Author, Man Enough and Macho Paradox
Views: 141 Women's Funding Network
Leave a comment and tell us what you think. #THECLUBHOUSEGMHC Straight Guys as Allies is a conversation about the positive side of having heterosexual men as friends in the gay community. The conversation is with 2 youth members sharing the experiences with straight guys.
Views: 79 THELUNCHBOXNYC
Ray Arata, Founder of The Better Man Conference & Co-Founder of The Gender Leadership Group shares his experience of developing his own healthy masculinity and the work that he is doing to engage men and women in partnering to support gender equality. Ray shares what he sees as the biggest obstacles that prevent men from embracing their full self, and the fears that male leaders have about addressing inclusion and diversity. He also shares his perspective on the importance of women embracing men as allies for gender equality, and why gender equality is beneficial for everyone.
Views: 3 Jennifer Brown
FemSalon: Men & Women as Allies Co-hosted by Feminist.com and the Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities. Highlights of a panel moderated by Michael Kimmel and Marianne Schnall with Chloe Angyal, Abigail Disney, Carlos Andrés Gómez, Don McPherson, Esta Soler, and Niobe Way.
Views: 696 Feminist.com
Men as Allies chair Jay Bauer welcomes Dr. Jeffrey Nall to speak about why feminism is good for men. The evening was generously hosted by Eddie & Ozzie of Table 26, make sure to listen to Eddie's heartfelt thoughts at the end!
Your Moment of Ambition ((YMOA)) is a new web series featuring footage from Dream, Girl that was too good to leave on the cutting room floor. Stew Friedman, director of the Wharton Work/Life Integration Project, tells us what it means to be an ally, why everyone’s happier when men join the movement, and why he’s absolutely, unequivocally a feminist. To receive updates from our director, Erin Bagwell, and new behind-the-scenes content sign up at dreamgirlfilm.com/newsletter To book a screening of Dream, Girl visit dreamgirlfilm.com/host To learn more about the series please visit dreamgirlfilm.com/yourmomentofambition Your Moment of Ambition video editing sponsored in-part by our friends at Adobe.
Views: 318 Dream, Girl
On Thursday, May 17, 2018, INSA hosted The New IC: Empowering Women and Engaging Men, an all-day symposium that provided a public discussion on professional issues women encounter in the Intelligence Community (IC) and in pursuing national security careers. Panel *Tony Cothron, Vice President of Customer Requirements, General Dynamics – IT *John Fant, Director of Intelligence Programs, Noblis *Nicole Gibson, Principal, PwC *Mary Legere, Managing Director for National and Defense Intelligence Business, Accenture Federal Services *Suzanne Kelly, Chief Executive Officer and Publisher, The Cipher Brief (moderator)
Views: 151 Intelligence & National Security Alliance
Capital One hosts three extremely reputable and talented Chicago female speakers in December 2016. Moira Hardek started her own business that helps teach coding to school age kids here in the Chicago land area Andee Harris, a working mom and startup, entrepreneur that is now also the Chief Engagement Officer at HighGround Sue Granquist, a Director of Project Management and SR Editor at Black Gate, a weekly pop culture blog for an e-mag covering horror films, music and literature – with a TECH background! Keynote speakers: Capital One’s own MVP of Tech – Mike Wisler and one of our Chicago Tech Directors who is also the Lead of our WIT Chicago Chapter – Chely Silva-Chevere.
Views: 1672 Technori
The #MeToo movement has given a platform and powerful voice to women speaking out about both sexual misconduct and everyday gender inequities. But a group of men—calling themselves Manbassadors—have also been trying to create a more level playing field for their female peers and shape the conscience of a new generation of business leaders and before #MeToo started. Connecting Point’s Stephanie Leydon has the report.
Views: 128 wgby
Workplace Culture Panel at the Women and Men as Allies Event organized jointly by Feminist.com, Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities, and Women's Funding Network Moderator: Cynthia Nimmo, CEO, Women’s Funding Network Panelists: Tiffany Dufu, Author, of Drop The Ball Norma Kamali, Founder, Stop Objectification Michael Kimmel, Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities
Views: 582 Women's Funding Network
President D. Michael Lindsay hosts a conversation with Rich Stearns, Amy Reynolds, Jo Anne Lyon and Linda Lader - Part of the Women In Leadership Conference - Gordon College Convocation - Friday September 25, 2015
Views: 188 GordonCollege
SAFE and Global Citizen Host Masters of the Sun Cast at Social Justice Salon at SAFE SPACE, Sundance 2018 Download the only app that lets you show your verified STD status and import your results: bit.ly/thesafeapp @thesafeapp https://www.instagram.com/thesafeapp/ https://twitter.com/thesafeapp https://www.facebook.com/thesafeapp/ safeapp.me anything is possible when you’re SAFE _______________________________________ will.i.am @iamwill | @bep https://www.youtube.com/user/williamVEVO apl.de.ap @apldeap | @bep Taboo @taboo | @bep KRSOne @iamkrsone | @bep Jason Isaacs @therealjasonisaacs
Views: 7 SAFE Movement
"Women are less likely to advocate for compensation. But if it's their child or their sibling, they will advocate more aggressively than a man," said Jonathan McBride on a panel at AS/COA's Seventh Annual Women's Hemispheric Network Conference in New York. Both female and male professionals discussed how women can improve their networking skills and find the confidence to voice their thoughts, and how men, in turn, can be better allies in amplifying their female colleagues' voices. Speakers: — Sheri Henck, Vice President, Global Supply Chain, Distribution & Logistics, Medtronic — Lex Malas, Co-Head of Global Banking North America, HSBC — Francesca L. Odell, Partner, Cleary Gottlieb — Jonathan McBride, Managing Director and Global Head of Inclusion and Diversity, BlackRock (moderator) Learn more about the AS/COA Women's Hemispheric Network at www.as-coa.org/women
Views: 113 Americas Society/Council of the Americas
This week in Pt. 3 of "Allies In Action", Rachana asks our male allies and leaders in the business world about how having a natural relationship with a woman in their life has reinforced and strengthened their positions as allies and at what degree they open up their personal experiences to their fellow CEO's, co-workers or peers. They discuss bringing heart and stories in to male ally efforts as well. Today's post concludes the "Allies In Action" that took place at the Better Man Conference 2017 - Engaging Men As Allies where Rachana Bhide of Bloomberg and Founder of The Corner Of The Court Project was joined by Jon Murphy, Sr. Dir. of Sales Operations at Blue Shield and Co-Founder of the Manning Up for Gender Inclusion Program along with Jim Wunderman, President and CEO of the Bay Area Council, a CEO lead public policy and advocacy. Sponsors include: PwC, Genentech, HP, Anita Borg Institute, Blue California, ManKind Project, Ebay, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Kaiser Permanente, LinkedIn, Natural Resources Defense Council, StubHub, Thomson Reuters, Visa Marketing partners include: Bay Area Council, It's Time Network, Lean In, Palo Alto Lean In, Jennifer Brown Consulting, The Representation Project, PBWC, San Francisco Business Times, UN Women, Watermark Visit http://BetterManConference.com for information on Better Man Conference 2018. Visit http://InclusionaryLeadershipGroup.com to learn about training for your organization.
Views: 28 Ray Arata
Moderator: Tuti Scott, Founder, Imagine Philanthropy Panelists: Don McPherson, NFL Veteran and Social Activist Wendy Hilliard, Founder, Wendy Hilliard Gymnastics Foundation, Hall of Fame- Gymnastics, Former WSF President Phaidra Knight, Women’s Rugby World Cup, Inductee of World Rugby Hall of Fame
Views: 53 Women's Funding Network
Moderator: Ana Oliveira, CEO, New York Women’s Foundation Panelists: Ted Bunch, Chief Development Officer, A Call to Men Gary Barker, President and CEO, Promundo Abigail Disney, Award-Winning Filmmaker Mallika Dutt, Founder, Breakthough
Views: 78 Women's Funding Network
Rayona Sharpnack, Founder of The Institute For Women's Leadership points to the internet bringing us ubiquitous access to information on how to build men as allies in support of gender partnership and gender equality yet still some leaders possibly feeling a torn loyalty between taking that stand and being a courageous advocate because it could make them disloyal to the male fraternity or "the man". She asks corporate leaders from Visa, Genentech and Hanson Bridgett how they resolved that they can be loyal to both the fraternity and being a male ally for gender equality. See their answers which include radical honesty and relieving managers of their roles in this video.
Views: 50 Ray Arata
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Views: 13 Visionary Video & Marketing Solutions
In this video and shared in the videos to follow, we are providing a transcription of Rachel Thomas's talk at the Better Man Conference 2016 as she outlines How Male Allies Can Support Women’s Emerging Success. Rachel Co Founded Lean In with Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer, Sheryl Sandberg. Lean In has a mission to empower women to achieve their ambitions. In this video Rachel shares a story of hers along with important insights and statistics that point to how both she was treated unfairly, how other women are treated unfairly and what both men and women can start doing to bring awareness to what’s happening before identifying what male allies can do to support women’s equal treatment and therefore advancement. Below you'll find the excerpt from Rachel Thomas: "So, about a year ago I was at a conference on workplace well being and I looked out at the audience and I made a comment, “Wow, it’s about fifty/fifty percent women and men, that is great.” The woman standing next to me, Maxeen Williams, who runs diversity on Facebook and is a woman of color, she said “Rachel, look again.” And I looked back at the audience and in all honesty it looked a lot like today’s audience. Very few minorities. When I looked through her eyes, I saw something different. Men always ask, “What can we do? How can we play our part? How can we support woman?” Watch the video above or read the transcript at on the Gender Leadership Group blog at http://bit.ly/2qou91G This discussion panel takes place in front of an audience made up of corporate leaders from organizations including Microsoft, Ebay, PwC, PG&E, Genentech, Hanson Bridgett, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Visa and more. Better Man Conference 2017 sponsors include: PwC, Genentech, Visa, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Mankind Project, Thomson Reuters, Kaiser Permanente and the Anita Borg Institute. Former or current marketing partners include: Lean In, The Bay Area Council, The Representation Project, Anita Borg Institute, WiRL, Institute For Women's Leadership, Institute For Gender Partnership, Griggs Productions, Women In Technology International Visit http://BetterManConference.com for information on Better Man Conference slated for September 12th, 2017 in San Francisco. Visit http://GenderLeadershipGroup.com to learn about training for your organization.
Views: 255 Ray Arata
The Men's Peer Education (MPE) program at Columbia University—an initiative of the Sexual Violence Response & the Rape Crisis/Anti-Violence Support Center (SVR)— works to engage men as allies in ending sexual violence, relationship violence, and sexual harassment through in-depth discussions and campus events. SVR provides direct services and support to survivors and co-survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and other forms of gender-based violence, as well as prevention programming to members of the campus community.
Views: 240 Columbia Health, Columbia University
Last week we began sharing transcripts and videos of a series entitled, "Allies In Action". This week in part 2, a recent Catalyst study on how to engage men shows 74% of men interviewed having real fears of getting involved in gender equality. In part 2 of "Allies in Action", Rachana Bhide of Bloomberg and Founder of The Corner Of The Court Project cites the top 3 fears from that study and asks corporate male leader allies if they should be taken in to account when recruiting male allies. But first she asks them to comment on their own experience as related to the question, "What are some of the things that men then do as allies to carry forward so it's not a once-and-done?" This discussion took place at the Better Man Conference 2017 - Engaging Men As Allies where Rachana was joined by John Murphy, Sr. Dir. of Sales Operations at Blue Shield and Co-Founder of the Manning Up for Gender Inclusion Program along with Jim Wunderman, President and CEO of the Bay Area Council, a CEO lead public policy and advocacy organization. Sponsors include: PwC, Genentech, HP, Anita Borg Institute, Blue California, ManKind Project, Ebay, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Kaiser Permanente, LinkedIn, Natural Resources Defense Council, StubHub, Thomson Reuters, Visa Marketing partners include: Bay Area Council, It's Time Network, Lean In, Palo Alto Lean In, Jennifer Brown Consulting, The Representation Project, PBWC, San Francisco Business Times, UN Women, Watermark Visit http://BetterManConference.com for information on Better Man Conference 2018. Visit http://InclusionaryLeadershipGroup.com to learn about training for your organization.
Views: 139 Ray Arata
Minnesota Says NO MORE seeks to engage all people in the work of violence prevention with the goal of eliminating sexual and domestic violence in Minnesota. 360 Communities provides critical resources through our Lewis House sexual and domestic violence shelters. https://www.360communities.org/index.php/violence-prevention-intervention/ Minnesota Says NO MORE is aligned with the national No More campaign, a national print and PSA campaign spearheaded by the Joyful Heart Foundation that seeks to shine a light on sexual and domestic violence across the country. www.nomore.org Minnesota Says NO MORE Minnesota Says NO MORE public service announcements are produced with support from Burnsville Community Television and Hastings Community Television. Minnesota Says NO MORE: Men as allies NO MORE NO MORE NO MORE 360 Communities 501 E. Highway 13, Suite 102 Burnsville, MN 55337 952.985.5300 For help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week call: Lewis House Eagan hotline: 651.452.7288 Lewis House Hastings hotline: 651.437.1291 Sexual Assault Services hotline: 651.405.1500
Views: 109 Minnesota Says NO MORE & Violence Prevention
The Young Women's Action Team asks young and adult men what a male ally looks like, and how to build the movement to stop violence against women. using poetry, dance and interviews, this video speaks to youth who want to confront violence in their communities. (Full Version: 28 Minutes). This video was made in collaboration with the Young Women's Action Team, as part of their engaging young men as allies project. YWAT is a youth-led, adult-supported social change project that empowers women to take action on issues that affect their lives, namely violence against women and girls.
Views: 1408 beyondmediaeducation
The University of Missouri hosted True North of Columbia and its Men as Allies event. This is a production of the Mizzou Network. For more videos, follow us on Twitter @MizzouNetwork
Views: 139 Mizzou Athletics