National Institute of Justice (NIJ)
2014

In this interview, Rebecca Campbell discuss the five primary reasons that Detroit developed a large number of sexual assault kits that were not submitted to the crime lab for DNA-testing. Dr. Campbell — one of the nation’s foremost experts on sexual assault — also talks about how these “risk factors” could apply to other jurisdictions. These are among the first findings to come in on NIJ’s action-research projects in Houston and Detroit to study the issue of unsubmitted evidence in sexual assault cases.

Prevention Connection
2009

(26:52 minutes) This presentation describes the value of logic models in planning a violence against women primary prevention effort. It starts by looking at how logic models build on existing strengths, and when to use a logic model. The presentation then reviews logic model basics, explaining how logic models are a simple series of questions and exploring the steps in creating logic models.

End Violence Against Women International
2010

This module describes the symptoms and stages often experienced by sexual assault victims in order to assist law enforcement and others in understanding the behavior of sexual assault victims.   

Diane L. Rosenfeld for Harvard Law School, Berkman Center for Internet & Society
2002

This series of 5 online learning modules explores the various ways in which violence against women is facilitated through the use of the Internet, as well as ways in which the Internet may be used as a site of resistance to such violence.
*Registration is required.
Modules include:  Campus Sexual Assault Policies,  Pornography,  Sex Trafficking
The Internet as a Site of Resistance,  Safety.

Dr. Karen Hughes, Centre for Public Health, Liverpool John Moores University
2010

This webinar provides information on preventing violence through the development of safe, stable, and nurturing relationships between children and caregivers.  Links to both the video recording and the powerpoint slides for the webinar are available through VIP archives. 

Sandra Henriquez & Ellen Yin-Wycoff for PreventConnect
2012

(13:01) Ambar Cristina Hanson trabaja como proveedora de adiestramiento y asistencia tecnica, para familias y comunidades sauldables en Casa de Esperanza. Lideres de CALCASA se entrevistaron con ella durante la Women of Color Network’s 2012 Llamada Nacional a la Acción Instituto y Conferencia: Empoderamiento Colectivo, Liberación Colectiva.

 

English Translation:

WOCN 2012 – Working with Latin@ communities to eliminate domestic violence

United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM)
2008

Women on the Frontline is a video documentary series that shines a light on violence against women and girls. The series takes the viewer to homes, villages and cities around the world where a largely unreported war against females is being waged. Example of what the series include: Nepal, where thousands of women are trafficked each year; Turkey, where killing in the name of honour continues; and Mauritania, where women who have been raped may go to prison.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
2013

(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.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
2013

(8 minutes) In this podcast, Dr. Elaine Enarson discusses steps that anti-sexual violence practitioners can take to prevent sexual violence in disasters, including disaster preparedness measures and collaborative efforts with disaster response coordinators and organizations. This is the second in a series of four podcasts from an interview with Dr. Enarson.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
2013

(6:45 minutes) In this podcast, Dr. Elaine Enarson discusses opportunities for anti-sexual violence advocates to partner with organizations and individuals who can play key roles in preventing and responding to sexual violence in disasters. This is the third in a series of four podcasts from an interview with Dr. Enarson.

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