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NSVRC Blogs by Chad Sniffen

Chad Sniffen has been with the National Sexual Violence Resource Center since 2015, where he is currently the Outreach Manager. He has worked or volunteered in the movements against sexual and domestic violence as a prevention educator, victim advocate, researcher, women’s self-defense instructor, and board member since 1999. Prior to NSVRC, he worked at the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault for eight years focusing on technical assistance to rape prevention education programs and building the PreventConnect online community of practice. He has also worked for community rape crisis and domestic violence programs in California and Arizona, as well as campus prevention programs at the University of Arizona and the University of California, Davis. He earned a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Arizona in 2007.

A repost of a blog from our partners at the Urban Institute, Dr. Janine Zweig and Emily Tiry. Originally posted here on the Urban Institute's website.

TripAdvisor’s Senior Director of Trust & Safety discusses the importance of better safety information for the traveling public.

“With better information about sexual violence comes the opportunity to know which programs, policies, and practices have the most impact on prevention efforts; knowledge that brings us closer to our common goal of a future built on safety and respect.”

Karen Baker, Chief Executive Officer
National Sexual Violence Resource Center

At the moment we have received as many sign-ups for the SAAM 2019 Action Kit as we can accept. Follow the SAAM blog or our Facebook page to find out if we will be able to distribute more Action Kits in 2019.

Are you a graphic design student with a passion for social justice issues? The National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) is searching for an intern to join our team during the fall 2018 semester.

Today is recognized internationally as World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, and is an opportunity to highlight the vulnerability to sexual violence and other forms of abuse that so many elderly persons experience. Below is a statement from the National Center on Elder Abuse that communicates the importance of this day, and after that is a brief list of links to resources on Elder Abuse from the NSVRC and the Department of Justice.

Are you an excellent writer with a passion for social justice issues? The National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) is searching for an intern to join our Communications Team during the fall 2018 semester.

Originally posted at on April 26, 2018

By Molly Boeder Harris, The Breathe Network

“The doors to the world of the wild self are few but precious. If you have a deep scar, that is a door.” — Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés

NSVRC is seeking to contract with a technical editor for Sexual Assault Response Team Toolkit.