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An Online Resource Library on Gender-Based Violence.

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February 2015

Panel Discussion on Intersecting Identities of Disability, Culture, and Gender

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This webinar is a panel discussion among three staff members from Alaska social justice organizations discussing how issues involving disability, culture, and gender identity can intersect.
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June 2012

Model Rights and Responsibilities for Shelter Residents

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This document provides general guidelines to keep in mind when crafting shelter rules, including a model set of rules structured in the form of rights and responsibilities.
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May 2011

Supporting Parenting in Shelter Webinar

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This 1.5 hour webinar explores practical approaches to supporting parenting in shelter. The presenters offer suggestions for policy change, making space for parenting, and for providing survivor centered advocacy that helps rebuild parent/child bonds and resiliency.
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Social Worker's Practice Guide to Domestic Violence

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"Domestic violence may profoundly impact the ability of a family to protect and nurture their children. It may also pose a threat to social workers and other professionals working with the family. Because of these concerns, it is critical that Children's Administration social workers have access to current information and resources about domestic violence, and that our social workers partner with private agencies to better serve families experiencing domestic violence...
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March 2005

Suggested Guidelines for Advocates Participating in Domestic Violence Fatality Reviews

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This document provides several basic guidelines for advocate participation in fatality reviews.
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June 2004

Advocates and Fatality Reviews

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This document describes the “System Analysis” approach. “This approach avoids blaming individuals and instead focuses on the analysis of systems and institutions with the goal of creating lasting changes.”
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January 1998

Homicide at Home

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This document describes the Washington State Domestic Violence Fatality Review model and the rationale behind it.