This interactive online course walks the user through the basic steps of evaluating the impact of sexual violence prevention programs. Users will learn the key issues to consider at each of the following steps:
Advocates Miguel Morfa and Kimber Nicoletti discuss their anti-sexual-violence work with Latin@ communities during an October 2012 training. Miguel is a direct service counselor at Crime Victims Council of the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania. Kimber is the director of Multicultural Efforts to end Sexual Assault (MESA) at Purdue University in Indiana. (6:34 min)
The Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape's Liz Zadnik discusses the Info Packet Sexual violence & individuals who identify as LGBTQ. The packet includes several resources focused on serving, engaging, and collaborating with individuals who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, qu
(~1 hour) This interactive online course addresses the increased vulnerability to sexual violence that can occur during and after disasters. Participants will learn about the connections between oppression, sexual violence, and disasters. With case studies from Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath, and examples from other recent calamities around the world, the module highlights the need for pre-planning to prevent and respond to sexual violence in future disasters.
The NSVRC's Mapping Prevention video podcast series highlights unique state and community approaches to the prevention of sexual violence. In keeping with our 2012 Sexual Assault Awareness Month theme, we feature a conversation with Alison Bellavance, Director of Education and Training at Planned Parenthood of Northeast and Mid-Penn in Pennsylvania, about incorporating healthy sexuality approaches into sexual violence prevention work.
This 1.5 hour course was written by Kelly Wilt and Janine D’Anniballe, produced by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC).This course provides an overview of the neurobiological and psychological implications of sexually violent trauma and the information and skills necessary for victim service providers to provide trauma-informed services. Registration in our eCampus is required to participate in the course.
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