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Blumhorst vs. domestic violence services: Court of Appeals, California 2004
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Second Appellate District; sex discrimination; domestic violence; family violence; DV; battered women; abuse; assault; injury; shelters; equal protection; gender classifications; male victims; men; compelling government interest; Marc Angelucci; Linda Kelley; Martin Fiebert; Richard E. Heyman; Murray Strauss; Richard Gelles; Vietnam War veteran; Los Angeles County; Domestic Violence Council
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2018 at 10:37 PM.
Total Views: 1,108

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This Justice Department report found that if a parent murdered his or her child, the murderer was most often the mother (55%) rather than the father (45%) and that mothers killed sons (64%) more often than they killed daughters (36%).
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2018 at 11:37 PM.
Total Views: 931

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This Justice Department report found that if a parent murdered his or her child, the murderer was most often the mother (55%) rather than the father (45%) and that mothers killed sons (64%) more often than they killed daughters (36%).
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2018 at 3:02 AM.
Total Views: 599

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California. Plaintiff, Blumhorst, sues to end discrimination against men by state funded domestic violence shelters. Keywords: Angelucci; DV; shelter; abuse; battered men; batterer; victims; husband; wife; victims; AMA; Gelles; Vietnam War veteran
Keywords: Angelucci, DV, shelter, abuse, battered men, batterer, victims, husband, wife, victims, AMA, Gelles, Vietnam War veteran
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2018 at 3:00 AM.
Total Views: 908

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California. Plaintiff, Blumhorst, responds to state funded domestic violence shelters. Keywords: Angelucci; DV; shelter; abuse; battered men; batterer; victims; husband; wife; children; vouchers; victims; AMA; Gelles; Vietnam War veteran
Keywords: Angelucci, DV, shelter, abuse, battered men, batterer, victims, husband, wife, children, vouchers, victims, AMA, Gelles, Vietnam War veteran
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2018 at 3:00 AM.
Total Views: 941

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This December 2002 paper on male victims of domestic violence received a "A" from Senator Joe Biden, visiting professor at Widener School of Law. Keywords: men; women; victims; discrimination; domestic violence; family violence; arrest
Keywords: men, women, victims, discrimination, domestic violence, family violence, arrest
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2018 at 12:46 PM.
Total Views: 2,561

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Reprinted with permission of the author. "...an extreme example of the price children, fathers, and our society as a whole sometimes pay for our refusal to acknowledge female domestic violence."
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2018 at 3:15 AM.
Total Views: 822

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(Health and Justice, An Invitational Conference by the AMA)
Men's Health Network (MHN) was a cosponsor of this conference which resulted in VAWA passing Congress the same year. This conference was intended to improve the response of the health and justice systems to family violence and to foster collaboration between them. Topics included Professional Education, Assessment, Prevention, and the Media.
Keywords: Family,Violence,Child,Abuse,Cycle,Health,Cases,Societal,Issues,Firearms,McAfee,Shalala,Widom,Schechter,Lachs,Kilpatrick,Phillips,Rodriguez,Trias,Orloff,Satcher,Simon,Reno
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2018 at 11:47 AM.
Total Views: 818

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(2010 Summary Report (CDC))
This Report is a publication of the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Survey is an ongoing, nationally representative survey that assesses experiences of sexual violence, stalking, and intimate partner violence among adult women and men in the United States and for each individual state.
Keywords: Violence,Partner,Intimate,Sexual,Stalking,Survey,National,Rape,Report,Women,Victims,Physical,Men,Summary,Prevalence,Experienced,Lifetime,Health,Reported,Victimization,Number
Last Viewed: November, 12, 2018 at 6:38 PM.
Total Views: 161

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(2010 Summary Data Analysis)
Men's Health Network Analysis of the full report. Areas covered include Violence by an Intimate Partner, Lifetime and 12 month Prevalence of Rape, Physical Violence, and/or Stalking Victimization by an Intimate Partner -- U.S. Women and U.S. Men, NISVS 2010, Prevalence of Intimate Partner Rape, Physical Violence, and/or Stalking by Race/Ethnicity, and Physical Violence by an Intimate Partner.
Keywords: Violence,Partner,Intimate,Physical,Stalking,Estimated,Lifetime,Women,Rape,Victims,Number,Weighted,Control,Men,Prevalence,Reported,Sexual,Hispanic,Table,Approximately,Severe
Last Viewed: November, 14, 2018 at 1:47 AM.
Total Views: 151

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Reprinted with permission of the author. An analysis of the lack of facilities for male victims of domestic violence.
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2018 at 6:20 AM.
Total Views: 947

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(VAWA Legislative Intent is to Include Men)
Congressional statement by Senator Orin Hatch, "We anticipate that the executive branch agencies responsible for making grants under the Act, as amended, will continue to administer these programs so as to ensure that men who have been victimized by domestic violence and sexual assault will receive benefits and services under the Act..." Intent for organizations that wish to apply for VAWA funding
Keywords: Women,Violence,Men,Vawa,Act,Domestic,Programs,Legislative,Intent,Grant,Intimate,Federal,Sexual,Committed,Violent,Gender
Last Viewed: November, 12, 2018 at 6:38 PM.
Total Views: 1,183

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(Forum for Equity and Fairness in Family Issues)
The State of Delaware refused to accept a grant application for a program that would provide services for male victims of domestic violence. The Domestic Violence Coordinating Council's position & reasons why the application was rejected: "States must fund only programs that focus on violence against women; however, such programs must provide services to a similarly situated male victim in need."
Keywords: Men,Women,Victims,Discrimination,Domestic,Violence,Family,Public,Funds
Last Viewed: November, 14, 2018 at 2:47 AM.
Total Views: 1,644

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(Fathers for Equal Rights (Roy Getting))
The State of Texas refused to accept a grant application for a program that would provide services for male victims of domestic violence. The State claims that "ineligible activities" include "programs that focus on children and/or men." Claims it is ineligible for funding under the Violence Against Women Act.
Keywords: Men,Fathers,Equal,Rights,VAWA,Children,Program,Ineligible,Violence,Women,Act
Last Viewed: November, 14, 2018 at 3:27 AM.
Total Views: 1,192

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(Byrne Program & VAWO Grant Monitoring: Better Documentation)
Report discusses the program monitoring of discretionary grants awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance's (BJA) Byrne Program and the Violence Against Women Office (VAWO) within OJP. The extent to which BJA and VAWO documented their monitoring activities for discretionary grants, determine compliance with OJP's grant monitoring guidelines, & identify and address grant monitoring problems.
Keywords: Grant,Vawo,Ojp,Monitoring,Bja,Discretionary,Grants,Reports,Files,Justice,Gao,Progress,Financial,Documentation,Activities,Byrne,Fiscal,Program,Percent,Office,Violence,Women
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2018 at 3:05 AM.
Total Views: 855

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(Statement to the VAWA Advisory Committee, April 24, 2003)
Current policy has resulted in: "lack of services and even acknowledgement that has left hundreds of thousands of men and their children at the mercy of their abusers and their very humanity denied." The National Violence Against Women Survey, Nov. 1998 found that of the 2.3 million victims of intimate partner violence 835,000 or 36% are men.
Keywords: Violence,Committee,Victims,Men,Domestic,Women,Children,Male,Delaware,Vawa,Shelter,Family,Washington
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2018 at 2:57 PM.
Total Views: 847

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(National Advisory Committee on Violence Against Women)
Testimony of MHN by Cory Jensen. While the intent of VAWA was to provide services to all victims of domestic violence, the reality is that men are being denied help. It is my hope that the committee would make sure that those administering the services under VAWA are made to understand that organizations which provide services for men are eligible for grants.
Keywords: Men,Violence,Services,Act,Women,Domestic,Health,Menshealthnetwork,Committee,Network,Victims,Programs,Provide,Denied,Benefits
Last Viewed: November, 14, 2018 at 7:28 AM.
Total Views: 988

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(VAWA as currently applied excludes services for men)
Explains the discrimination in state programs funded by the Violence Against Women Act. VAWA Should Serve Both Men and Women. Language specifying that men are eligible for benefits and services under VAWA must be added to prevent the continued gender exclusive application of the legislation. David Burroughs on behalf of the Forum for Equity and Fairness in Family Issues.
Keywords: Women,Violence,Vawa,Gender,Men,Language,Programs,States,Grants,Act,Domestic,Male,Victims,Benefits,Exclusive,Services,Funds,Children
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2018 at 11:35 PM.
Total Views: 1,068

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(Violence Against Women Act funding)
Explains the discrimination in state programs funded by the Violence Against Women Act. VAWA Should Serve Both Men and Women. Language specifying that men are eligible for benefits and services under VAWA must be added to prevent the continued gender exclusive application of the legislation. David Burroughs on behalf of the Forum for Equity and Fairness in Family Issues.
Keywords: Women,Violence,Vawa,Gender,Men,Language,Grants,States,Programs,Act,Domestic,Male,Benefits,Victims,Page,Specific,Ldef,Services,Exclusive,Funds,Children
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2018 at 10:16 PM.
Total Views: 765

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Condensed version of application. Violence Against Women Act. Grant Solicitation for Proposals. 2006-NIJ-1207: SL 000734. Grants denied for studies of abused men and boys. Key words: abuse; stalking; men; women; children; National Institute of Justice; NIJ; U.S. Department of Justice; DOJ; Office of Justice Programs; OJP; research; development; evaluation
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2018 at 3:23 AM.
Total Views: 863
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