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Earlier this year, the American Journal of Preventative Medicine released research on the cost of rape.  The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) study, “Lifetime Economic Burden of Rape Among U.S.

This April, it’s easier than ever to show your support for survivors and for sexual violence prevention.  Check out some of the simple but impactful ways you can get involved below. 

1. Print and Hang a Poster

Webinar series announcement

 

What Do We Know About Sexual Victimization and Ways to Support Survivors?

An Overview for Supervision Officers

Tuesday, April 4, 2017, 2:00-3:30 pm ET

Presented by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center

 

The NSVRC is pleased to announce the release of a new report, Innovations in Evaluation: A Report on Evaluation in the Field of Sexual Violence Prevention.

This blog post was written by Mo Lewis, Prevention Specialist at NSVRC

Raliance, in partnership with The Close Up Foundation and It’s On Us, kicks off its ThisGEN Youth Summit in Washington, D.C. today, convening high school students from around the country to build collective power and voice in the fight to end gender-based violence. Eighty high school sophomores and juniors from 25 states and Washington, D.C. will engage in leadership and learning opportunities to explore efforts to stop gender-based violence. 

Sexual violence is a complex topic for journalists to cover and can be even more difficult for the general public to understand.  We know what we do and say about sexual violence matters.