The National Sexual Assault Coalition Resource Sharing Project & National Sexual Violence Resource Center
(5:16 minutes) This video podcast will help you identify and understand ten components of strong sexual assault services in dual/multi-service agencies. You will learn about effective strategies in organizational structure, staff training, and community partnerships that successfully balance programmatic needs and meet the unique needs of sexual violence survivors.
This Seminar Snapshot contains edited video highlights from a presentation at The Poynter Institute during "Covering Child Sex Abuse," a Specialized Reporting Institute workshop on July 9-10, 2012. Stephen Buckley, Poynter's dean of faculty, interviews Sara Ganim for this presentation.
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.
JDI's first recorded webinar in a three part series offers an understanding of the crisis of sexual violence in prison and how advocates can help inmates who have survived this abuse. It also provides a summary of the new opportunities for expanding services behind bars resulting from the recently issued Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) national standards. (1 hour 38 minutes)
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)
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