Building healthy futures training flyerA few short weeks ago I was able to attend an incredible training on Promoting Sexual Health Amoung Youth.

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It’s been a busy summer of campaign planning, and the SAAM team at NSVRC is donning teal hard hats as we work on resource development, designing materials and website updates. It’s truly a campaign construction zone over here!

As the campaign comes together piece by piece, it becomes easier to see the complete vision for SAAM 2013. It’s exciting! With the campaign progressing, we are excited to share a few updates:

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SAAM planning happens all throughout the year, but for the most part this campaign comes to life each Spring through the participation of communities and advocates. That said, you already know how we feel about endless April, and if you ask this blogger – campaigns supporting social change are always in season. With that in mind, let’s explore some October and upcoming campaigns that I’m falling for this fall:

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Dandelion seeds blowing in wind. Planning for Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2014 is actively in the works, and it's exciting to begin to see the campaign begin to take shape.

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Image of SAAM 2014 logo surrounded by speech bubbles. Reads: "It's time to talk about it. Your voice. Our future. Prevent sexual violence."

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A big part of our campaign process is taking the time to reflect, capture and plan after the completion of a SAAM campaign.

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Infographic from language access needs assesmentThe newest resource here at NSVRC has been making a big splash, and I’m excited to share more about the recently released
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Talk early, talk often is a big phrase this year for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. An idea born in a workgroup meeting last June is now the call to action of our campaign. We are asking adults to play a role in supporting healthy children by breaking through silence and opening up communication. Talking early, talking often is also how we want to approach sharing the SAAM campaign.

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Planning for Sexual Assault Awareness Month has entered the second trimester, so to speak, as we are now counting down less than 6 months to April 2013. Whoa baby, the time is flying! On the backstage side of things, we are still in limbo with a number of deadlines leading up to the release of resource materials online and by mail in January. But there have been many planning milestones in recent weeks, and I’d like to provide a sneak peak on the topic of our upcoming campaign resources: Healthy childhood sexual development. 

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