Learn how a radio drama created a safe space for survivors to share their experiences.
A five-year project revealed ways to effectively talk about preventing sexual harassment, abuse, and assault.
The Spring 2019 edition ofThe Resource looks at the wide range of prevention activities happening all across the country! Opening with tips from Berkeley Media Studies Group on how to effectively communicate about prevention, this issue also includes:
Help drive media interest during Sexual Assault Awareness Month with this Media Outreach Packet.
Harrisburg, PA – It is vital that we hold those who commit sexual harassment, abuse, and assault accountable, regardless of their power, fame, or wealth. After the extensive documentation of abuses inflicted on Black girls and women by R. Kelly, NSVRC is pleased to learn that he is facing criminal charges for some of this conduct.
This case is a reminder that we must listen to and believe the accounts of Black women and girls, who experience sexual violence at higher rates than other groups of women but are often disbelieved and face systemic barriers rooted in oppression.
The Campaign Toolkit and Social Media Guide for the 2019 Sexual Assault Awareness Month Campaign, I Ask. For best graphic quality, download the PDF and then print it out.
Learn how to put research into action to reframe sexual harassment, abuse, and assault and communicate more effectively about prevention.
This resource, part of the Media relations toolkit, provides examples of ways to reuse positive news coverage and respond to negative news coverage.
This resource, part of the Media relations toolkit, provides a brief calendar of holidays, anniversaries, and other observances that can be used as angles for talking about prevention.
This resource, part of the Media relations toolkit, explains how to use editorial pages, opinion pieces, and letters to the editor to bring attention to issues related to sexual violence prevention. It also includes a sample letter to the editor.