Result for Men and boys
Prevalence of domestic violence National statistics about the experience of DV in the U.S. represent estimates that vary by different methods of data collection. Therefore, you will notice quite a bit of statistical variability. Nevertheless, we have presented some of the most recent prevalence information published on Latin@ populations. It is […]
Latin@ community expertise Working with Latino men to end violence against women: A qualitative exploration As part of the development of this toolkit, Esperanza United conducted a small study consisting of two separate focus groups and interviews conducted with members of the Latin@ community from St. Paul and Minneapolis in November, […]
Why While the number of studies examining domestic violence (DV) in Latin@ populations is growing, research on this issue continues to be limited in both quality and breadth. The various strategies used by researchers to collect data (e.g., phone vs. in-person surveys), the specific questions asked (e.g., number of acts of […]
Te invito toolkit Welcome to the Engaging Men and Boys Toolkit. This toolkit is a collection of resources and materials for individuals and organizations to increase awareness and engage Latino men and boys in preventing domestic violence. Here you will find information about programs that have been documented to work effectively, […]
Lake Research Partners designed and administered a telephone survey that was conducted January 27th – February 10th, 2015. The survey reached a total of 800 Latin@s nationwide, ages 18 years and older, including oversamples of 100 recent immigrants (in the last five years) and 100 Latin@s ages 18 to 30 years […]
In celebration of Father’s Day we have invited members of our staff and network to reflect on their experiences having or being a father and or a father figure and how that has impacted their work supporting women and girls. In this episode, Emiliano Diaz de Leon and his 11 year […]
In celebration of Father’s Day we have invited members of our staff and network to reflect on their experiences having or being a father and or a father figure and how that has impacted their work supporting women and girls. In this episode, Dr. Manuel Xavier Zamarripa tells of his journey […]
“We believe that for there to be collective impact towards ending gender-based violence in the state of Minnesota, every community must be involved and uplifted. Towards this end, it means that men, masculine and male-identified folks must be engaged as a strategy towards ending gender-based violence. In order to do this, […]
Esperanza United (formerly Casa de Esperanza) youth created this public service announcement on teen dating violence. The group of 6 youth spent part of their summer coming up with a creative idea, script writing, story boarding, filming and bringing their idea to life. This is the result.
A recap of our Youth Conference: Together We Are Stronger, at McCalester College in St. Paul, MN.