Our Partnering for Solutions workshop inspires and empowers adult men and women to work together as allies to challenge limiting and harmful social norms related to gender.
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Register for a Partnering for Solutions workshop below.
This workshop is designed for parents, coaches, youth serving professionals, business leaders, employees, college students and other adults who want to broaden their perspectives on the role that gender socialization plays in our lives. Our Partnering for Solutions Workshop is for individuals who want to lead positive change.
Workshops run from 8:30 am - 3:30 pm, a light lunch is included, and the cost for each is $45.00 per person. Early bird registration is just $35.00 if you register two weeks in advance of the training date. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if cost is an obstacle.
Saturday, January 11, 2020 - Location TBD (Portland, ME)
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Why is this workshop important?
As a society, we have become accustomed to seemingly never-ending stories of self-harm, harassment, and violence, which disproportionately happens at the hands of men. This has left many to reflect on wide-spread issues of male power and privilege, along with the ways that narrow views of masculinity can encourage boys and men to disconnect from their emotions, devalue authentic friendships, objectify women, and resort to violence when conflicts arise.
This experiential workshop, rooted in a broader view of masculinity, focus on the solution. We bring attention to the less common stories where boys, girls, men and women are challenging these norms to be their full authentic selves. These skillfully facilitated workshops provide a safe and welcoming space for all genders to connect around shared experiences, differing perspectives on complex issues, and a common desire to disrupt this culture of harm and violence.
You will leave with tools to be used in your personal and professional life. This includes specific up-stander intervention techniques that empower us to safely and productively confront harmful behaviors long before they become violent.