The NSVRC collects information and resources to assist those working to prevent sexual violence and to improve resources, outreach and response strategies. This resource section includes access to NSVRC collections and selected online resources.
Celebrated on March 8, International Women's Day is a global day connecting women around the world and recognizing their struggles to secure human rights and peace. Resources are offered on the 2008 theme, "Investing in Women and Girls" in addition to materials on global violence against women. Also listed in this eNewsletter are existing materials from the VAWnet collection that relate to violence against women internationally.
This agenda from the CDC’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control pinpoints seven areas where additional research can have the greatest impact on preventing injuries and controlling their debilitating effects. The research agenda looks at injuries at home in and in communities and has sections on sexual violence, child maltreatment and intimate partner violence as well as others. The CDC will implement the research through universities across the nation, state health departments and not-for-profit organizations engaged in injury prevention work. For a hard copy of the report send a request to OHCINFO@cdc.gov.
This document explores reasons for the systemic omission of women with disabilities from mainstream research and from services addressing non-disabled women's experiences. The article includes a discussion about inequity, predominant values and culture, use of language, disabled women's experiences of oppression and violence, and service provision within the context of feminist standpoint theory. Individual-Systemic Violence: Disabled Women's Standpoint
This survey examines the access and inconsistent application of emergency contraceptives within the Indian Health Service system. This study looked at two major issues: the availability of Plan B as an OTC drug and the availability of Plan B during the delivery of sexual assault services.
Indicators, jointly published by the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice, provides an annual snapshot of specific school crime and safety indicators, covering topics such as victimization, fights, bullying, disorder, teacher injury, weapons, student perceptions of school safety, and others.
This replication guide highlights one region’s efforts to address the difficulties of starting and sustaining SANE programs in rural areas. This guide was developed to help other rural regions decide whether a mobile SANE project, customized to their local needs, might be a viable option. It provides a checklist for replicating the project and access to materials developed during its implementation.
West Virginia Mobile SANE Project, Final Report
This report details the process used in selecting the site and implementing the project as well as includes some of the documents created, such as job descriptions and contracts.
This report contains the results from a mulit-year study on the impact of Title V, Section 510 Abstinence Education Programs on youth behavior, including sexual abstinence, risks of pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, as well as other related outcomes.
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