NNEDV’s Safety Net Team developed this web-based toolkit to assist domestic violence, dating abuse, sexual violence, and stalking non-profit victim service organizations and partnerships including victims service agencies with specific and useful resources on confidentiality and privacy.
Every year as part of Women, Action and the Media’s WAM! It Yourself Week, I provide a free 1-hour introduction to editing Wikipedia as part of the effort to close the gender gap. Over 80% of Wikipedia’s editors are men, and we’re not capturing the full breadth of our collective experiences there by having only one gender contribute most of the content. (WAM)
Resources from this workshop, including videos and presentations, address the use of traditional and new media to communicate evidence-based information for violence prevention and new applications of social media and new communications technologies to prevent violence.
The following powerpoint presentation talks about stalking, the prevalence of stalking, typologies, the connection between stalking and sexual assault, stalking behaviors as well as the use of technology to stalk. Note: Scroll to bottom of page for link to slides.
This is a two part presentation by David Lee and Robert Coombs in which they highlight lessons learned from CALCASA's MyStrength program about using social marketing tools to shift cultural norms around sexual assault. Part One. Part Two.
Diane L. Rosenfeld for Harvard Law School, Berkman Center for Internet & Society
This series of 5 online learning modules explores the various ways in which violence against women is facilitated through the use of the Internet, as well as ways in which the Internet may be used as a site of resistance to such violence.
*Registration is required.
Modules include: Campus Sexual Assault Policies, Pornography, Sex Trafficking
The Internet as a Site of Resistance, Safety.
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