Jackson Katz, anti-sexist male activist, talks about the need for more men to become involved in the work to end violence against women. (93 minutes)
This online course discusses statutory sexual assault and coercion in the state of Virginia. It discusses related laws and legal issues, information perpetrators and victims of statutory sexual assault, and health outcomes and consequences.
What do US Adults Think about Child Sexual Abuse: Measures of Knowledge and Attitudes Among Six States
This webinar recording discusses the findings of a long term research project to field an understanding of the perceptions that adults have on the topic of child sexual abuse and related issues, like sex offender management and readiness to intervene in a case of suspected abuse. Select the webcast recording by clicking on the link on the page. Registration is required.
David Lee interviews various men who chose to sign a statement calling for an end to sexist coverage of rape. The recording discusses media coverage and the impact that messaging can have in the movement to end violence against women.
Dr Elizabeth Miller discusses her work addressing reproductive coercion in intimate relationships. She discusses the scope of the issue, primary prevention of this form of intimate partner violence, and the connections between sexual violence prevention, intimate partner violence prevention, & the reproductive health movement. The recording emphasizes reproductive autonomy as essential to the primary prevention of sexual violence.
New training addresses gender norms and the impact on reproductive health and justice issues. Includes discussion of individual risk and societal vulnerability to HIV due to gender norms and stereotypes.
Webinar recording of a presentation discussing research presented by Dr. Felton Earls on the concept of engaging youth in efforts to end violence. Viewing children and adolescents as competent partners in understanding, preventing, and overcoming violence.
Produced by the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University, the 7-minute video summarizes findings from the report, “The Foundations of Lifelong Health Are Built in Early Childhood." The report proposes a new framework for improving lifelong physical and mental health promotion and disease prevention by reducing hardships (or stressors) experienced by young children. (CDC)