Registration is open for A CALL TO MEN's two-day educational training event for high schools, colleges and universities. LIVERESPECT on Campus: Preventing Sexual Assault in High School & College will provide education and prevention strategies on engaging young men to reduce sexual assault, while promoting healthy respectful manhood. Attendees will:
- gain actionable strategies on engaging young men in sexual violence prevention
- learn best practices in athletics, advocacy, men’s initiatives, campus wide initiatives and policy
- be given practical instruction via working sessions on how to address campus specific issues
- be educated on and given A CALL TO MEN’s proprietary LIVERESPECT Coaching Healthy, Respectful Manhood Curriculum which promotes healthy, respectful manhood; decreases language and actions that degrade women, girls and other marginalized groups; challenges harmful cultural and social norms; and decreases instances of bullying and homophobia
WHO SHOULD REGISTER FOR THIS FREE EVENT? High school and college administrators, educators, athletic directors, coaches, counselors, social service providers, student leaders, and representatives from men's organizations, women's organizations, Greek & fraternal organizations, and the advocacy community.
A CALL TO MEN has reached 500+ colleges and universities, educating students and faculty members on healthy, respectful manhood, and preventing violence and discrimination against all women and girls. Some of the colleges and universities we have worked with include: Duke University, Princeton University, University of North Carolina, Wake Forest University, Clemson University, Ohio State University, Penn State University, Columbia University, Harvard University, Yale University, Dartmouth College, Colorado State University, Florida State University, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Howard University, Johnson C. Smith University, Appalachian State University, Tulane University, Dillard University, Furman University, Shaw University, North Carolina Central University, Michigan State University, Cal State University, New York State University and others.