A Better Man has partnered with the National Film Board and the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation to pilot a learning guide for grade 12 students in select Ontario high schools in the 2017-2018 school year. The guide, which will be publicly available in 2018-2019, helps students unpack A Better Man and share stories about what it means to take responsibility when we hurt people we care for.
Workplaces can be spaces of support and catalysts of change for employees in violent relationships. A Better Man has partnered with the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) to create a discussion guide for unions interested in sharing the film with their members. Download the union guide below or visit the CLC’s Domestic Violence at Work learning centre. We are also working with Make It Our Business to design a resource for employers.
Campus and community groups that host screenings of A Better Man will receive a community screening guide. The guide features discussion prompts and other tips and suggestions for building a supportive space to reflect on the film and connect it with important work happening in your local community to end gender-based violence. For more information, email us at email@example.com.
Book an engaging talk or training session from an A Better Man team member or partner to enrich your screening or other workplace, campus or community event.
A Better Man Co-Director
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Learn about: Her reasons for making A Better Man, what supportive intervention can look like, and what she hopes audience members will take away from the film to inform their own relationships and communities.
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A Better Man Key Subject
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Learn about: His work helping men take responsibility for repairing the harms they have created after intimate partner violence or sexual harassment.
Great for: Service providers, post-secondary schools, employers, professional associations
MAKE IT OUR BUSINESS
A Better Man Workplace Education Partner
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Learn about: How workplaces can help people experiencing violence find safety and healing, and support people using violence in stopping.
Great for: Employers, professional associations and other workplace representatives