Many survivors of sexual assault, abuse, and harassment have housing needs – either due to sexual violence happening in their home, experiencing homelessness, or needing safe housing to heal from the effects of sexual violence. This one-page resource list for advocates, housing providers, and others who serve sexual assault survivors provides general information on the connections between sexual violence and housing. This resource list supplements a more extensive online collection.
This annotated bibliography provides descriptions of recent research related to sexual victimization of men. It provides an overview of sexual assault, harassment, and abuse experienced by diverse populations of men in a variety of settings.
How often are men sexually assaulted or harassed? In this infographic, we provide statistics on the prevalence of sexual violence for men.
Men who survive sexual violence come from many different backgrounds and communities. In this infographic, we share statistics on the race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, and disabilities of men who have experienced sexual assault.
Certain groups of people experience sexual violence at higher rates. We’ve all read or heard this type of statement before, right? We know that sexual violence is inextricably tied to oppression, but how do we communicate effectively about this? Learn more with this infographic.
A new analysis on workplace sexual violence has been published, providing a new window into workplace-related sexual violence. This analysis provides information into specific types of sexual violence people have experienced by a workplace-related perpetrator and offers a closer look at the perpetrators of these behaviors.
This annotated bibliography highlights research articles documenting studies on the relationship between sexual violence, housing, and homelessness. The bibliography summarizes studies published between 2010 – 2020 on sexual violence experienced at different stages of the lifespan by people who have experienced homelessness or housing instability. Current research suggests that people who have experienced homelessness are at an increased risk for experiencing sexual violence, and that sexual violence is a risk factor for homelessness and housing instability. The research findings illustrate the importance of service providers understanding the connections between sexual violence and housing instability, and the importance of screening for sexual violence.
The Spring 2020 edition of The Resource focuses on expanding prevention — whether that's through innovative partnerships, social change initiatives, or new media through which we share survivor stories. In this issue, you'll find:
- Tips about partnering with corporations from organizations that have done it successfully
- A spotlight on the Michigan Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence's anti-oppression and inclusion work
- A look at popular podcasts that intersect with the movement to end sexual assault
- A milestone marking how the conversation around prevention has evolved over the past fifteen years
You'll also hear from community partners about how they build partnerships and updates from the RALIANCE team — plus three reading lists to check out!
This case example provides an overview of how one state created and used a survey to identify risk and protective factors for sexual violence. Read more case examples through the NSVRC Evaluation Toolkit. https://www.nsvrc.org/prevention/evaluation-toolkit/s17
Here is a blog about this case study: https://www.nsvrc.org/blogs/not-faint-heart-conducting-statewide-surveys
This infographic is an updated version from it's original release in 2013. It is a visual snapshot of some of the statistics included in the NSVRC publication “Sexual Violence in the Military: A Guide for Civilian Advocates” with updated research from the U.S. Department of Defense and the Office of Inspector General.