Law Enforcement Training in Indian Country, SAAM Awards, Rape and Sexual Assault Reporting Laws, and more . . .

The 2012 Spring/Summer edition of The Resource is completely redesigned and contains articles about Penn State and the Jerry Sandusky case, preventing child sexual abuse, viewpoints on SlutWalks, healthy sexuality campaigns, media reports of sexual violence, report on prostitution and trafficking of Native Women, Sexual Assault Awareness Month and the upcoming National Sexual Assault Conference in Chicago.  This issue also includes an article written by Kimber J. Nicoletti-Martinez about leadership among Latin@s in the sexual violence prevention movement in Spanish.  Read the English translation.  

This document provides a historical examination of the first ten years of the Violence Against Women Act, with an emphasis on current gaps in public policy related to sexual violence.
The Violence Against Women Act and Its Impact on Sexual Violence Public Policy: Looking Back and Looking Forward

 

This four-page publication explores steps for SAAM 2012 Creating a Campaign Coverplanning an effective community-wide public education campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. It outlines the planning process for social marketing campaigns that aim to change behaviors. Also available in Spanish.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

SAAM 2012 Tips for Health Professionals CoverThis two-page fact sheet provides information about sexual assault and how health care professionals can assist victims. Also available in Spanish.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SAAM 2012 Tips for Parents CoverThis two-page fact sheet provides information about sexual assault and how parents and caregivers can play a role in responding to victims. Also available in Spanish.

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

This one-page facts sheet provides informationSAAM 2012 Working with men Cover on bringing men into anti-sexual violence work and partnering with community-based men’s organizations. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

This discussion paper explores the use of evidence-based prevention programs and issues with research-translation in these programs. The goal is to create effective community-based programs that can be expanded to use within other communities.

This first issue of the new Alliance journal,Revolution, invites it's readers to ponder the differences and similarities between the work to end sexual violence in America, and the work to end domestic violence in that same culture. The issue also shares a few observations about the process of creating the Alliance.
Working to end sexual violence & working to end domestic violence: intersections and differences

This bulletin discusses how to engage youth as valued partners in sexual violence prevention work.

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