(6 minutes) In this podcast, Dr. Elaine Enarson discusses research on the connections between disasters and gender-based violence, and highlights the need for additional research. This is the first in a series of four podcasts from an interview with Dr. Enarson.
This recorded webinar provides an overview of the second edition of the Attorney General's National Protocol for Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examinations, including changes from the previous edition and the impact on policy and practice. Log-in is required. (1.5 hours)
OVC provides a page of videos and resources discussing the role and impact of trauma from violence in the lives of children who have experienced victimization. These resources focus on increasing capacity to identify, respond to and treat this trauma in children.
The goal of this training is to increase understanding of child development and child sexual abuse issues. Lucy Berliner provides information on child development specific to youth ages 3 - 12, discussing how a deeper understanding of developmental stages will aid in providing quality advocacy services.
The goal of this training is to increase understanding of child development and child sexual abuse issues. Lucy Berliner offers information on child development specific to youth ages 13-18, discussing how a deeper understanding of developmental stages will aid in providing quality advocacy services.
The Institute of Medicine (IOM) provides video recordings from a 2-day workshop to explore the evidentiary basis for violence prevention across the lifespan and around the world. The public workshop was organized and conducted by an ad hoc committee to examine needs, common approaches, and effective interventions.
This JDI webinar offers information for community service providers on responding effectively to sexual assault in prison. The presenters emphasize the practical skills needed both to develop services for prisoner rape survivors and to build lasting partnerships between rape crisis organizations and corrections agencies.
This webinar recording discusses why sex work is so common among transgender people and outlines the additional barriers standing between sex workers and crime victim services. A copy of the slides for this presentation is available.
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