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The Effectiveness of Sexual Assault Services in Multi-Service Agencies

This Applied Research paper examines whether organizational affiliation and structure affect the quantity and quality of sexual assault services. The paper offers recommendations for futu...

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20 Events That Shaped Sexual Violence Prevention in the Last 20 Years

Key initiatives, events, and milestones from 2000-2020 that sparked shifts in the public consciousness towards sexual violence and how we can prevent it.

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Self-Care in Times of Distress and Continuous Crisis

Practicing self-care is an act of compassion toward healing ourselves and the world around us.

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A Measurement Tool Menu for Evaluating Coalition Building

If you're feeling overwhelmed in a sea of information about evaluation, this new measurement tool menu is for you.

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Sex Ed: Curricula, Critical Thinking, and Using Technology to Teach Sexuality Education Megan Thomas Mon, 09/14/2020 - 16:19
Sex Ed: Curricula, Critical Thinking, and Using Technology to Teach Sexuality Education

NSVRC’s Evaluation Coordinator Sally Laskey talks with sexuality educator Dr. Elizabeth Schroeder about using technology and social media to teach healthy sexuality and why it's so critical for sex ed to be comprehensive and inclusive of gender identity, sexual orientation, and more.

They also discuss Rights, Respect, Responsibility — the first-ever K-12 sex ed curriculum that fully meets the National Sexuality Education Standards.

Watch for more Resource on The Go episodes on healthy sexuality under the "Sed Ed" title.

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Longtime treatment provider and collaborator David D’Amora to receive national award

We are pleased to recognize David D'Amora for his trailblazing work to bridge the fields of sex offender treatment and victim advocacy.

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Using Plain Language to Talk about Sexual Assault, Abuse, and Harassment

Podcast Episode: Using Plain Language to Talk About Sexual Assault, Abuse, and Harassment

In this episode of Resource on the Go, Training Specialist Louie Marven, Communications Specialist Megan Thomas, and Communications Director Laura Palumbo share all about NSVRC’s new online learning tool that explores how to use plain language to communicate more effectively about sexual assault, abuse, and harassment. Go behind the scenes to learn how and why the course was developed as well as key lessons learned from NSVRC’s messaging work.

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Sexual Violence and Oppression Infographic

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.

Making the Connection: Sexual Violence and Oppression Infographic

We know that how we communicate about sexual violence and health inequities matters. This resource can help us frame the connection between oppression and sexual violence.

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