Thank you for your interest in the Ohio Men's Action Network. At this time, we are not accepting online registrations for OHMAN. Please call the Ohio Domestic Violence Network at 614-781-9651, and ask for extension 234.
Ever wondered about the best way to approach the guy at work who appears to be engaged in stalking his girlfriend or partner on company time? If the answer is, "YES!" here's some great new resources for you.
See the Signs & Speak Out is a project of the Ohio Domestic Violence Network and the Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence and funded by the Avon Foundation for Women. This new training program offers knowledge and skills for employers and employees to interrupt sexist behavior in the workplace and to prevent sexual assault and domestic violence at work and in communities. Check out this video:
This past year we have seen an unparalleled number of headline stories and discussions about violence against women,
discussions about sexual violence on college campuses, and media attention surrounding the NFL and domestic violence.
As a result, conversations about violence against women are becoming more and more common and there is growing
movement of men committed to discussing and finding ways to end violence against women.
Let’s start the conversation here in Cincinnati!
During this event, we will:
- Focus on what we can do to create change in our communities.
- Create a safe space for participants to discuss this issue.
- Gain skills we can use to reduce violence in our community.
Billy Korinko is an activist, speaker, program consultant, and currently an instructor at the University of Kentucky where he is working on his Ph.D. in Gender & Women’s Studies. Billy believes that people’s lives are transformed when they can think critically about issues related to gender and social justice. He is skilled in creating the space for such a transformation. He has worked with scholars and activists across the country to develop programs that engage men in anti-violence and anti-sexism work.
When: January 29th, 2015
Where: Junior League Building, 3500 Columbia Parkway, 45226
Light refreshments will be provided