The website features several video clips featuring college students candidly discussing different scenarios of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Myths and stereotypes are also addressed, as issues are examined from different gender perspectives and multicultural viewpoints. * In order to view the video clips you will be required to complete an online quiz testing your knowledge of intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
The NCSU sexual and relationship violence peer education group created this short (6:05) video to train all incoming first-year students about bystander interventions. The prevention approach of The Movement is to create a culture change and for the entire community to step up and speak out against this violence and hold the perpetrators accountable.
(82 minutes) The following presentation was recorded on April 15, 2009 at Men Can Stop Rape'sMen and Women as Allies National Conference on the Primary Prevention of Men’s Violence Against Women. Based on experiences from Latin America, Asia and Africa, the presenters share promising practices for engaging men, boys, women and girls in overcoming and preventing sexual violence.
Podcasts from A Call to Men's 2009 national conference include: The Role Men Play in Efforts to End Violence Against Women, The Socialization of Men, Child Custody and the Oppression of Women and other related topics.
This slideshow defines sexual violence, describes the scope of the problem and risk factors, identifies related data sources, and explores the impact of sexual violence and its intersection with other forms of violence.
Government Innovators Network for the Harvard Kennedy School, Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation
This forum examined the prevalence, nature, and reporting of various types of sexual assault experienced by university students, including those perpetrated by "undetected" rapists, and discussed evidence-based prevention strategies. * Registration is required.
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