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An Online Resource Library on Gender-Based Violence.

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Quick Tips for Using an Interpreter

Author(s): Marie De Santis
This resource offers guidance on communicating via an interpreter. Available in both English and Spanish.
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Etiquette Tips for Working with People with Disabilities

This one-pager offers tips for engaging in respectful interactions with individuals with disabilities.
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Visual Safety Plan

This visual safety plan was designed for people with limited English proficiency or literacy. It outlines documents and other items to take if/when a survivor flees an abusive relationship, describes safety planning at home, and suggests preparations around documentation.
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Is Your "T" Written in Disappearing Ink? A Checklist for Transgender Inclusion

Author(s): Loree Cook-Daniels
This checklist is a first step for agencies to use while evaluating whether their polices and practices are inclusive to transgender people.
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Improving Services and Outreach to the Latino Community

Author(s): Marie De Santis
The article suggests that programs evaluate their effectiveness in addressing specific Latino community needs, recognize and address barriers to serving Latino communities, and learn about diversity within Latino communities. The article also suggests eliminating stereotypes, developing organization wide language competency, and ensuring that all staff have a duty to serve all members of the community. Available in both English and Spanish.
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Working with Deaf Survivors of Domestic Violence

Author(s): Susun Kim
In this paper, the author describes her experience in learning to become an advocate for Deaf survivors of domestic violence. She emphasizes the importance of both linguistic and cultural competency, and the necessity of key collaborations towards successful advocacy work.
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NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct

Embodied in this Code of Professional Conduct (formerly known as the Code of Ethics) are seven tenets setting forth guiding principles, followed by illustrative behaviors.