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January 2011

Where Do You Stand? Campaign Guide

This guide describes 'Where Do You Stand?,' a comprehensive bystander intervention campaign for college men. The guide teaches how to use the campaign to positively change the cultural dynamics of a campus.
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January 2011

I Am Courageous

This toolkit provides ideas for youth activists across the state to educate others about teen dating violence and to take action in their communities and schools.
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January 2011

Teaching for Tolerance

Author(s): Abe Louise Young
This website provides resources for educations to promote diversity, equity, and justice. It provides lesson place, conversation starters, and other supports for teachers to promote media literacy and social activism.
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December 2010

Love Is Not Abuse Curriculum: College Edition

This curriculum educates college students about the dangers and warning signs of dating violence, offers lessons specifically on abuse via technology and provides resources where students can find help on campus.
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August 2010

A Safer Campus: A Guidebook for Prevention and Response to Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence and Stalking for Ohio Campuses

The guidebook assists campus administrators in assessment, development, and delivery of consistent and appropriate plans and protocols to prepare for the possibility that sexual violence, intimate partner violence, and stalking will occur among students, faculty, and staff on their campuses.
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April 2010

A Case Study: Creating a Campus Violence Prevention Program

Author(s): Linda Langford, Dorothy Edwards
This webinar recording reviews the principles and process of beginning a violence prevention program on a college or university campus.
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February 2010

State Law Guide, Teen Dating Abuse Education and School Policies

This guide presents state laws and pending legislation requiring school districts to adopt policies to address teen dating violence.
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January 2010

Dating Matters: Understanding Teen Dating Violence Prevention

This free, online VetoViolence course provides educators with a basic knowledge of teen dating violence prevention.
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January 2010

2009 Selected Findings: Recent Research on Sexual Violence

This brief research compendium provides a summary of scholarly work on sexual violence topics published in 2009.
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January 2010

Respect WORKS!

Respect WORKS! is a comprehensive model of teen dating violence prevention programming to give middle and high schools, youth service providers and domestic violence agencies the tools they need to respond effectively to teen dating violence issues on and off campus.
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October 2009

Children's Exposure to Violence: A Comprehensive National Survey

Author(s): David Finkelhor, Heather Turner, Richard Ormrod, Sherry Hamby, Kristen Kracke
This Bulletin discusses the most comprehensive nationwide survey of the incidence and prevalence of children’s exposure to violence to date, measuring the past-year and lifetime exposure for children age 17 and younger across several major categories.
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January 2009

Psychological First Aid for Schools

The psychological first aid kit is an evidence-informed manual for schools to assist children, adolescents, adults, and families in the aftermath of school crisis, disaster, or terrorism event. It includes information on linking with collaborative services and coping strategies.