It's been awhile since our last upDAYte. We've been busy delivering Building Your Compass training about gender identity (you can find out more about the training HERE) and uploading new videos to the DAY Hub.
The Own My Life Course
Over the last few years, Natalie Collins (the Creator and Director of the DAY Programme) has been developing a course for women who have been subjected to male violence. This course is now written and is due to be piloted in 2019, with free training available to practitioners in 2020! You can find out more on the course website HERE. Scroll to the bottom of the page to sign up for updates on the course as it progresses.
Book and Conference
Natalie Collins' has finally written a book! It will be published in March 2019 with SPCK and is entitled "Out Of Control; Couples, Conflict and the Capacity for Change". It has been written primarily for a faith audience, but is accessible to anyone interested in male violence. You can sign up to get updates about the book HERE. To celebrate the book launching she is organising a conference in London on 23rd March 2019. This is the flyer for the conference, and you can find out more HERE.
Booking DAY Training
If you or your organisation would be interested in booking DAY Programme Session Leader training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. It is a 3 day training event that previous training participants have described as "incredibly worthwhile and informative" and "the best training I have ever been on!".
Those who have trained as DAY Session Leaders get unlimited access to the DAY Hub, which is full of videos that can be used with young people. Some of the recent videos we have uploaded to the Hub are...
This film looks at the impact of sexual harrassment on girls.
This video from 20x20 looks at the representation of girls and women in sport.
This video from Pooky Knightsmith explains the Window of Tolerance. This can be used to help support children, young people and adults who struggle with various issues.
"Mrs Potato Head" by Melanie Martinez can be used to have a conversation with girls and women about the beauty industry and cosmetic surgery.
"A Living Human Girl" by The Regrettes could be used to talk about the experiences of girls and women.
Dua Lipa's song "IDGAF".
Dolly Mavie's song "Drown Me Out".
"This Is Me" from The Greatest Showman film.
Centre for Women's Justice Timeline
This is a really useful resource to see the legal developments related to male violence laid out in an easy to understand framework. Access it HERE.
The SATEDA conference is happening in Kent later this month and it is absoultely FREE to attend with an amazing line-up of speakers. You can find out more about the conference HERE and register your interest to attend by emailing email@example.com.
A list of resources for engaging men and boys in addressing male violence towards women. Access HERE.
XY Online: Lots of articles and resources around men, masculinities and gender politics HERE.
Research from the ASA project about women seeking asylum in the UK. Read it HERE.
THIS self-learning booklet for understanding masculinities and violence against women and girls from UN Women is well worth a read!
PAPYRUS is a resource to help young people who are not coping with life and aims to prevent suicide. Find out more HERE.
We always like hearing from Day Session Leaders about the work you''re doing and how the DAY Programme is working. Do email Natalie to tell her how you're getting on at firstname.lastname@example.org.