This position statement reveals some of the real-life exploitive experiences and observations of Latina advocates from across the nation. It also offers some concrete steps for retaining their services and expertise.
 
Position Statement in Support of Latina Victim Advocates

infographic of study examining needed of LatinasThis infographic presents key findings from Preventing sexual violence in Latin@ communities: A national needs assessment, a comprehensive report that details advocates’ needs related to sexual violence in Latin@ communities.

Also available in Spanish.

In addition to the infographic, the full report and the executive summary are available.

A quick and fun breakdown of steps to take to incorporate the prevention of sexual violence into your community, program, or partnerships.

Access the Prevention Recipe Card online

 

This customizable proclamation allows communities,SAAM 2012 Proclamation Cover individuals and organizations to commit themselves to being part of the solution to end sexual violence.

 

This statement discusses promoting equality for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgener and Queer or Questioning (LGBTQ) communities as a central component to sexual violence prevention.

This document identifies how the crimes of rape and sexual violence must, as a requirement of its own statute and a matter of international human rights law, be interpreted and applied with equality between men and women by the International Criminal Court (the Court). The Court has yet to rule on this matter in its jurisprudence.
 

This 4 page fact sheet provides an overview of the U.S. National Rape Prevention and Education Program (RPE) including information on purpose, scope and impact. 

Focused on the farming industry, the bulletin describes the risk factors for sexual violence for migrant workers, barriers to reporting, legal rights and advocacy strategies.

This booklet, designed for youth, discusses sexual violence and intimate partner abuse. It suggests ways to evaluate the status of a relationship and how to get involved if you are concerned about someone else's relationship.

Read this booklet.

The purpose of this special collection is to provide resources and an introduction to reproductive justice, focusing particularly on the connections between the elimination of reproductive oppression and domestic and sexual violence. Included is a basic definition of reproductive justice, information about the development and the history of the Reproductive Justice Movement, and related resources. Highlighted in this collection are resources that relate to the holistic well-being of women, families, and communities as it pertains to violence against women and reproductive rights and health. "Reproductive Justice & Violence Against Women: Understanding the Intersections" makes connections between the Reproductive Justice Movement and the Sexual Violence and Domestic Violence Movements in the United States to demonstrate the necessity of collaboration. This collection was developed by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, and the Women of Color Network. Additional resources, including book titles, articles, reports, and journals, can be found by browsing the library at the National Sexual Violence Resource Center or sending information requests to resources@nsvrc.org.

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