Healthy Masculinity Project Launches
Today, in Washington, D.C., leading violence prevention organizations including Movement Maker organizations Men Can Stop Rape and A Call to Men gathered at the first-ever Healthy Masculinity Summit to launch a national effort — the Healthy Masculinity Project (HMAP) –to mobilize young men to end violence against linked to masculinity.
The Healthy Masculinity Summit, a three-day meeting taking place in D.C., is the first component of the national initiative to train advocates and ambassadors to promote healthy, non-violent masculinity in their communities. At the summit, leading experts from across professional fields will come together to identify concrete steps for increasing awareness of how healthy masculinity can positively impact society. Following the summit, HMAP will launch a new grassroots effort to mobilize men and boys to educate others and to promote healthy, non-violent masculinity in order to activate change in their communities around the country.
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