The 2011 edition of The Resource celebrates NSVRC's 10 year anniversary with articles on creative thinking in sexual violence prevention, collaboration between advocacy and sex offender management, engaging bystanders and new research on public perceptions on sexual violence.
A newsletter entirely devoted to the bystander intervention approach to primary prevention. This publication explores the Red Flag Campaign, Relationship Roles in Ending Sexism and Male Dominance, and program highlights.
The Winter 2010 edition of WCSAP's newsletter focuses on working with LGBTIQ survivors. Articles focus on creating safe space, interrupting problematic language, and SANE protocol for working individuals who identify as LGBTIQ.
The Spring/Summer 2009 edition of The Resource focuses on the intersection between sexual violence and physical and mental health. Articles include information about Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) collaboration, vicarious trauma, the role of healthcare providers in sexual violence prevention, and sexual assault against elders.
This article is featured in the seventh volume of NSVRC’s The Resource newsletter and discusses the significance of VAWA to strengthen sexual-violence work after ten years, the health care response to sexual violence, and prevention issues. Ten Years of VAWA: Strengthening Anti-Sexual Violence Work
This issue of Partners in Social Change is intended to provide an overview of public health theory that is relevant for anti-rape advocates, and to provide the inspriration and desire to engage in the collaborative effort.
This Special Edition of the WOCN Update (Issue #95) features the collective voices of women of color and of allies in response to "A Call to Response: Rally to Support the Endangered Woman of Color Advocate" that was issued on April 13, 2007 by the Women of Color Network.
This article is the second part of the new Allicance journal, Revolution. In this part of the journal, Melissa A. DeDomenico-Payne shares her own perspective and experiences within working at sexual assault programs, domestic violence programs and dual programs. The purpose of the article is to be able to make others in the field aware of some of the similarities and differences that exist among stand-alone and dual programs.
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