Over the past decade these countries have included Canada, Brazil, The United Kingdom, Sweden, Norway, South Africa, Poland, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Trinidad, the Netherlands, Azerbaijan, and India.
This work falls into the following categories:
- Public speaking.
- Meetings with government officials, heads of NGOs, multilateral entities like the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), and other interested parties.
- Gender-based violence prevention education training for educators, public health officials, law enforcement and military personnel, human service providers, and other professionals.
- These trainings focus especially on leadership development, as well as strategies for engaging men and young men from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds in prevention efforts at both the institutional and individual levels.
- Consultation and implementation of the MVP Strategies Model for gender violence prevention in schools, sports culture and militaries.
- Speaking and consulting on issues of workplace gender equity in the private sector, with specific focus on developing men’s leadership.