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12 Teaching Scenarios: Responding to Rape, Domestic Violence, and Child Abuse

Author(s): Marie De Santis
Teaching scenarios used in this self-paced online course are designed for use in groups and classes of all kinds.
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The Red Flag Campaign

The Red Flag Campaign uses bystander intervention strategies to address and prevention sexual violence on college campuses.
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Neighborhood Safety

This page offers a variety of useful resources for enhancing neighborhood safety.
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Moving from a Relationship Bystander to a Relationship Upstander Workshop Guide

The goal of this workshop is to help parents and caregivers encourage youth to respond to dating violence and promote non-violent relationships among their peers.
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Domestic Violence Fatalities in Pennsylvania - 2015

Each year, PCADV tracks and reports on domestic violence-related fatalities in Pennsylvania. In 2015, the number of victims included 68 women and 45 men.
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Good Guys: Partnership & Positive Masculinity

This curriculum explores issues of power and control, gender, self-esteem, masculinity and relationships, helping boys understand what it means to be a man in Judaism. Available for purchase from Jewish Women International. 
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The 5 Steps to Protecting Our Children

The 5 Steps to Protecting Our Children is an introductory guide to help adults protect children from sexual abuse. Using an evidence-informed approach, these guidelines provide simple and practical actions you can take to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse.
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Relationship Quizzes

This webpage has multiple interactive quizzes that teens can take to learn about their own relationships, a friend’s relationship, or to test their knowledge on dating violence. Click on the “Relationship Quizzes” tab to access them.
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Rethinking Domestic Violence: A Training Process for Community Activists

This is a training tool to help community activists strengthen the capacity of community-based domestic violence prevention efforts. It includes a series of participatory training sessions that focus on helping training participants think about, discuss, and take action to prevent domestic violence.
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State Law Guide: Employment Rights for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence

This guide provides descriptions of state/local laws and legislative proposals explicitly covering employer prohibitions related to treatment of DV survivors in certain circumstances.
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A Domestic Violence Campus Organizing Guide for Health Professional Students and Faculty

This brief notes that health care providers receive inadequate training on domestic violence prevention, identification, and response, and presents guidelines for students to organize fellow students and faculty to initiate policy change.
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Speak.Act.Change Youth Advocacy Kit

The Speak.Act.Change Youth Advocacy Kit is a service-learning, youth activism program designed to complement any basic dating violence education curriculum. The program gives students the tools to protect themselves and their peers from dating violence.