By Joan Tabachnick and Cordelia Anderson, Co-Chairs, Policy Committee, National Coalition to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation

The National Sexual Violence Resource Center library is overflowing with great materials, containing more than 39,000 unique titles and growing every day. ​

By Susan Sullivan
National Sexual Violence Resource Center

By NSVRC staff

After nearly twenty years in our Enola, Pennsylvania offices, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center and the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape have relocated to a new office space in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania’s capital city.

By Elizabeth Barnhill
Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault
 
As a long-time executive director of a sexual assault coalition, I spent many years frustrated at the inability of our dual domestic violence/sexual assault programs to provide comprehensive services to sexual assault survivors. Although advocates were committed to their work and healing for survivors, existing organizational structures inhibited their efforts. 

By Grace Mattern

Where do victims of sexual assault on campus turn for help?  A friend or professor? Campus security or health services? A roommate?

By Julie Patrick
Raliance

On May 9, 2017, journalists and sexual assault experts came to the Kaiser Family Foundation in Washington, D.C. to celebrate ground-breaking media coverage on sexual violence. The event was made possible by Raliance in partnership with The Poynter Institute for Media Studies and through sponsorship by the NFL and the Glover Park Group. The goal of the day was to discuss ways to move the needle on how the public understands sexual violence.

For every edition, we reach out to you, our partners and community members, to learn more about your work in the movement.

We asked:

How can organizations be allies to LGBTQ communities?

By Aishah Shahidah SimmonsLoveWITHAccountability logo
#LoveWITHAccountability

#LoveWITHAccountability was conceived and born out of my own personal child sexual abuse healing work. 

By Sara McGirr, Sam Jones, and Jennifer Torres
Michigan Public Health Institute
 
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