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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.

Case Study: Culturally Relevant Evaluation of Prevention Efforts
Promoting Collaboration Between Victim Advocates and Sex Offender Management Professionals: A Resource Package
2016 NSVRC Research Priority Poll
Key FINDINGS on Sexual Violence from the “Global status report on violence prevention 2014”
xCHANGE Forum: Exploring Restorative Justice and Cultural Relevance, Accountability Resources
The Resource Newsletter of the National Sexual Violence Resource Center: Spring/Summer 2016
Going to College: What Families Need to Know About Sexual Assault and Safety on Campus
xCHANGE Forum Summer Series
NIJ Report Details High Levels of Violence Experienced by Native Communities
Considering Family Reconnection and Reunification after Child Sexual Abuse: A Road Map for Advocates and Service Providers
5 Keys of Healthy Relationships
African American women sitting on sidewalk with arms resting on knees Key Findings from Sexual Violence Victimization and Associations with Health in a Community Sample of African American Women
Impact of the Cosby hearing: 5 critical points
SAAM 2016 Sample Proclamation
SAAM 2016 Sample Letter to the Editor
SAAM 2016 How to Create a Campaign
SAAM 2016 Event Planning Guide
What is Sexual Violence?
Prevention is Possible
The Impact of Sexual Violence
Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) 2016 Resources
National Sexual Assault Conference 2016 RFP
Sex without consent isn't sex. It's rape.
Issue 22: What's missing from the news on sexual violence? An analysis of coverage, 2011-2013
Key Findings: Rethinking Serial Perpetration
Assessments that Unite Planning Tool
Assessments that Unite
La Guía Del Asesor: Cómo Trabajar Con Padres De Niños Que Han Sufrido Agresión Sexual
Principales hallazgos del estudio ‘La victimización mediante violencia sexual y sus asociaciones con la salud en una muestra comunitaria de mujeres hispanas’
Key Findings from ‘Sexual Violence Victimization and Associations with Health in a Community Sample of Hispanic Women’
xCHANGE Forum: Sexual Assault in the Lives of African American Women Slides
10 Principles for Effective Prevention Messaging
The Resource Newsletter of the National Sexual Violence Resource Center: Spring/Summer 2015
The Advocate's Guide: Working With Parents Of Children Who Have Been Sexually Assaulted
Organizational support for evaluation:Creating cultures of curiosity in the anti-sexual violence movement
Key Findings: Exploring Alcohol Policy Approaches to Prevent Sexual Violence
El cartel 2015
Visión general de la prevención de la violencia sexual en universidades
Qué es la violencia sexual en la universidad / Comprendamos la violencia sexual en la universidad
Es hora de hablar de la sexualidad saludable y del consentimiento
Comprendamos la violencia sexual: Sugerencias para madres, padres y personas que brindan cuidados
In response to WaPo Fact Checker: One rape is too many
Things to Know: Report on Military Service Academies shows decline in sexual assault
SAAM 2015: An overview on campus sexual violence prevention
Sexual Assault Demonstration Initiative (SADI) eNewsletter Winter 2015
Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) 2015 Resources
SAAM 2015: What is healthy sexuality and consent?
SAAM 2015: What is campus sexual violence?
SAAM 2015 Action Steps: Health Care Professionals
SAAM 2015 Action Steps: Faculty and Staff