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, is an award-winning program that features true stories of youth, parents, and professionals who have been in, or witnessed, abusive relationships.
Gender Matters comprises three components: 1) a five-day educational workshop, 2) a text message and Facebook campaign that reinforces messages about healthy behaviors, gender norms, and peer support, and 3) a series of three community events that further underscore the messages from the workshop and text message/Facebook campaign.
Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, another partner, is conducting a comprehensive evaluation of the project.
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Would you like to create space in your classroom for a thoughtful discussion on healthy relationships?
In 2011, Engender Health launched the 5-year Gender Matters project (Gen.
M) in Travis County, Texas, where the teenage pregnancy rate exceeds that of the state’s.
Evaluate the relationship ingredients of the music you are listening to. Our 2016 National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month campaign does not require running shoes.
We are challenging students to Tal K about relationships; Know their expectations; Evaluate their relationship s Kills; Brea K up when it’s not working and Get Li Kes by sharing what they love or respect about someone at #iexpectrespectatx on social media.