While online spaces can play a role in healing, they can also be spaces of abuse and harassment.
Join advocates, activists, survivors, and supporters who are getting involved in 2021 Sexual Assault Awareness Month this April on Instagram. Daily prompts encourage creative ways for you to raise awareness, educate, and connect with others — plus you can win prizes along the way.
Being trauma-informed means taking into consideration a person’s experience of trauma and their reactions to it.
A disability-informed future requires more awareness, education, and standardized implementation of accessible technologies.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month is a time to draw attention to the prevalence of sexual assault and educate individuals and communities about how to prevent it. Use this proclamation as a clear declaration to join advocates and communities across the country in taking action to prevent sexual violence.
The blog highlights resources to help adults guide kids through the realms of the internet.
When we talk about creating online spaces that are safe from abuse and respectful for everyone, that must mean a space where rape jokes are not tolerated.
National Sexual Violence Resource Center Recognizes Leaders in Sexual Violence Prevention With 2021 Visionary Voice Awards
We’re honored to present this year’s Visionary Voice Awards to these change makers who are committed to supporting survivors and preventing sexual violence.