This resource from the Michigan Rape Prevention & Education Program shares how subrecipients found ways to continue to build and expand important community connections despite the pandemic, followed by some lessons learned along the way.
Feeling connected in your community is a protective factor against the risk of perpetrating sexual violence.
The Brief Sense of Community Scale (BSCS) is a measure of sense of community that was published in Peterson, Speer & McMillan (2008). This scale was designed to assess the dimensions of needs fulfillment, group membership, influence, and emotional connection.
Sexual assault advocates and rape crisis centers can use this self-assessment tool to reflect on your current work serving men who have had unwanted sexual experiences. The tool offers reflection questions related to individual and organizational capacity to serve male survivors. This resource is part of Working with Male Survivors of Sexual Violence.
Learn how Indigenous values can be incorporated into a new model for evaluation.
On this episode, we discuss how data equity is critical to prevention work.
This self-study guide, which is a part of the Evaluation Toolkit, focuses on increasing knowledge and skills around qualitative methods (focus groups, interviews, and other non-numerical data collection and evaluation). It includes up to 5 hours of online training options, as well as, in-person training opportunities. Using this plan will help learners understand the benefits and drawbacks of collecting qualitative data for program evaluation, several methods for collecting observational data, and basic tools for collecting and analyzing qualitative data.
This self-study guide, which is a part of the Evaluation Toolkit, focuses on integrated, creative, and participatory approaches to evaluation. It includes up to 6 hours of online training options, as well as, in-person training opportunities. This intermediate level plan will assist learners in describing the benefits of using participatory approaches to evaluation, identifying creative evaluation approaches, and developing a plan for integrating participatory options into evaluation work.
This self-study guide, which is part of the Evaluation Toolkit, includes up to 5 hours of online training options, as well as, in-person training opportunities to help learners identify and describe methods for evaluating community, societal and policy-change efforts and the similarities and differences between evaluating individual changes and system-level changes.
The Spring/Summer 2017 edition of The Resource explores how researchers at Rutgers University collaborated to create a campus climate tool. They share lessons learned and measurable steps for other schools considering climate assessments. The issue also includes:
- How RESTORE Sexual Assault Services works with campuses in New York
- The work #LoveWITHAccountability is doing to end child sexual abuse
- Services offered through the uSafeNH app
- How Iowa's service transition allowed them to reach more survivors
- And more!