Duluth DV re-education programme – one man’s amazing story

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Bettina Arndt talks to Igor Rogov, a Victorian man required to attend a DV perpetrator programme after being attacked by his wife. He managed to get himself expelled by challenging the feminist ideology they were being taught.

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References:

Information about Duluth programmes:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duluth_model
http://fisafoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/BIPsEffectiveness.pdf

Victorian Government promises a further $77 mill for perpetrator programmes:
https://w.www.vic.gov.au/familyviolence/rolling-action-plan/holding-perpetrators-to-account.html

About ICMI 19
Join Bettina and Janice at ICMI 19 in Chicago, August 17-18. The International Conference on Men’s Issues (ICMI) is a series of annual conferences dealing with social and legal issues that disproportionately affect men and boys.
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Credits:
Production – Scott Korman https://www.youtube.com/pubtest
Research – Irene Komen https://www.facebook.com/irene.smith.790693
Artwork – http://www.naughtee.com/

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