Meet the curriculum development team
Andrew Safer
An award-winning journalist and communications consultant, Andrew is the author and co-developer of Healthy Relationships: A Violence-Prevention Curriculum. The study and practice of Buddhist meditation and philosophy over a period of 27 years have fostered in him a deep appreciation for non-aggression and compassion, and the importance of helping others. He has been working in the field of violence prevention in association with Men For Change for the past eight years. Andrew has conducted Healthy Relationships presentations and trainings for the Atlantic Crime Prevention Conference (Cornerbrook, Newfoundland), Austin Coalition for Male Involvement (Austin, Texas), Phoenix Union High School District (Phoenix, Arizona), Los Angeles County Office of Education Juvenile Court and Community Schools Division and the Preventing Violence in the Schools Conference, (Toronto Ontario).
Write: andrew@m4c.ns.ca
Phone: (902) 422-8476
URL:m4c.ns.ca/andrew
Andrew Safer
Roger Davies Roger Davies
An educator and social activist, Roger has 27 years' experience teaching and coordinating programs for at-risk youth, offenders, and adult basic learners. In addition to co-developing Healthy Relationships, he has participated in the development of curricula for correctional facilities and post-release programming. Roger has extensive experience leading workshops for adults and youth on the issues of emotional intelligence, cognitive development, media awareness, gender socialization, and empowerment for social change. He has developed a program for use in religious education addressing our desire for an age of ecological sustainability and human/earth well-being—healthy relationships in the largest sense.
Write: roger@m4c.ns.ca
Phone: (902) 457-4351
Peter Davison
Peter Davison is the Executive Director and co-founding member of Men For Change and co-developer of the acclaimed Healthy Relationships Curriculum. He is also CEO of Life on Purpose Consulting. Peter has trained internationally with educators and others engaged in preventing youth violence from British Columbia and Los Angeles to Trinidad and Israel. Peter taught for nine years in the public school system before working as an independent violence-prevention consultant. He served for over 4 years as the Staff Training and Development Officer with the Government of Nova Scotia's Family Violence Prevention Initiative. In 1995 Peter received a Global Citizen Award from the United Nations Association in Canada for his work promoting peace.
Write: peter@m4c.ns.ca
Phone: (902) 492-4104
Peter Davison




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