The movement to end domestic and sexual violence has long been framed as working to end violence against women. And it's easy to see why — most survivors are women, and most perpetrators are men. But that framing can limit our ablity to see and serve survivors who don't fit that mold. In this workshop, participants will learn about alternative ways of understanding the role of gender in domestic and sexual violence, explore beliefs and attitudes about gender and power, practice responding to scenarios that challenge their assumptions, and generate practical strategies for implementing gender-inclusive practices from the development department to the shelter.
Presentation files and handouts: http://bit.ly/OCADSV17GenderInclusive