This exercise focusesTalkingCover on increasing a parent’s comfort and knowledge when talking to their child about sex. In Spanish.

Esta herramienta sugiere cómo madres y SpanParentspadres pueden comprender mejor el desarrollo infantil saludable, crear ambientes seguros y apoyar a los niños y las niñas en sus vidas. En inglés.

This tool explores how ParentsCoverparents can better understand healthy childhood development, create safe environments and support the children in their lives. In Spanish.

Esta herramienta se centraSpanCommunities en como todas las personas adultas de una comunidad pueden apoyar los esfuerzos por prevenir el abuso sexual infantil y promover ambientes más saludables para niñas, niños y adolescentes. En inglés.

This tool focuses on how all CommunitiesCoveradults in a community can support child sexual abuse prevention efforts and promote healthier environments for children. In Spanish

Esta herramienta brindaSpanOverview una visión general del desarrollo sexual saludable de niñas y niños. Sugiere conductas y habilidades apropiadas a la edad, además de proporcionar información que apoya el desarrollo sano. En inglés.

This tool provides an overview OverviewCoverof healthy childhood sexual development by exploring age-appropriate behaviors and skills and information on supporting healthy development. In Spanish.

Sexual violence is a complex topic, and journalists reporting on it should be aware that the process can be different from reporting on other crime-related stories. Some survivors may want to talk with the media, while others may not. Remember this is a social justice issue, so there are plenty of story angles and not all include interviewing survivors. Regardless of the angle, infusing stories with data and background information puts this issue into context. Here are some tips for reporters to consider when talking with survivors of sexual violence.

Commonly referred to as modern-day slavery, human trafficking is a global problem. This overview defines human trafficking, explores how common the problem is, and examines victims and forms of trafficking.

FORGE offers a fact sheet for victim services professionals discussing the "Terms Paradox." Related to providing effective and competent advocacy to transgender and gender-nonconforming individuals, this paradox refers to the idea that the terms used in providing service are both crucial to establishing safety and support, and meaningless in the basic foundations of effective service provision.

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