The Domestic Abuse Intervention Project (DAIP) recently received the Gold Future Policy Award from the World Future Council in Geneva for creating and implementing the Duluth Model. This prestigious award celebrates exemplary international laws and policies.
Despite international recognition, the Duluth Model has its critics. Some of the criticism stems from philosophical differences of the principles of a Coordinated Community Response (CCR) and some detractors raise issues about the DAIP’s program for offenders. Some people simply don’t know what the Duluth Model is.
Michael Paymar, co-founder, will provide a history of the Duluth Model, help sort through some of the confusion and misinformation about the model, lead a discussion on why the Duluth Model is successful, and how it can be adapted to different jurisdictions.
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