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The NSVRC collects information and resources to assist those working to prevent sexual violence and to improve resources, outreach and response strategies. This page lists resources on this website that have been developed by NSVRC staff.

This webinar from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) and Just Detention International (JDI) suggests how you can communicate about sexual violence as something that men experience, and about what services are available at your sexual program for men who are survivors.     

The COVID-19 pandemic deeply impacted and continues to impact our communities. In order to meet the needs of the changing landscape of learning, many curricula and interventions have provided virtual adaptation guidance and resources to their implementers. In addition to consulting the guidance below, implementers are encouraged to contact their funder and use guidance outlined by the CDC's Veto Violence Select, Adapt, Evaluate tool.  To view the chart click here. NSVRC would like to thank our partners at Cicatelli Associates Inc. (CAI) for their support and partnership in developing and

On this podcast, Sally Laskey, NSVRC Evaluation Coordinator talks to collaborative partners from PhotoVoice Worldwide and local preventionists in Ohio that worked with the Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence in creating a culturally responsive and anti-violence centric toolkit on how to use Photovoice in sexual violence prevention work. Participants: Sally J. Laskey, NSVRC evaluation coordinator, Erica Belli (she/her), Educator and Project Manager at Photovoice Worldwide, Stephanie Lloyd (she/her), MA, Consulting Lead at Photovoice Worldwide, Lisa Huendorf, she/her pronouns, education

This section provides foundational information about the history of movements to end sexual violence and support survivors. It also begins to explore how the movements have evolved. This section provides an opportunity to reflect on the critical intersections of anti-sexual violence work and other social justice work.

This section is comprised of three lessons that focus on: 1. establishing group commitments that support a culture of care in the training environment, and 2. discussion of the integral nature of organizational support for staff wellbeing and strong individual self-care practices. 

This section offers a brief overview of trauma-informed care, focusing on the way it shapes a program’s philosophy, culture, and services. This module will introduce the primary concepts of trauma-informed care with the goal of familiarizing participants with the tenets by which to approach advocacy work. Additional information specific to advocacy practices will be explored later in the training

Esta herramienta interactiva de aprendizaje presenta la prevención primaria a través de una serie de actividades para mejorar los conocimientos sobre la misma. La información cubierta incluye la historia de moverse río arriba, el Modelo Socio-Ecológico, y una exploración de las diferencias entre reducción del riesgo y prevención primaria.

This interactive learning tool explores primary prevention through a series of activities. Information covered includes the history of moving upstream, the Socio-Ecological Model, and exploring the differences between risk reduction and primary prevention.

Overview This toolkit was designed to showcase the connection between language access, sexual assault, and other forms of harm, provide state-specific information on linguistic demographics, and provide resources for increasing accessibility for all.  Title IV of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 requires that all agencies that receive federal funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services must take adequate steps to ensure that people with limited English proficiency (LEP) receive the language assistance necessary to allow them meaningful access to services, free of charge. In

This podcast is an excerpt from NSVRC’s webinar “Applying Principles Focused Evaluation in the Sexual Violence Prevention Context.” Learn the basics about how this evaluation approach was applied in Washington state, and then learn more including getting to walk through specific activities and examples by viewing the full webinar recording, webinar handouts and recording through the links in the show notes. Participants: Sally J. Laskey, NSVRC evaluation coordinator and Tatiana Masters, research & evaluation consultant