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January 2013

What will the renewal of VAWA change?

This webpage provides information about changes in VAWA 2013 and how it addresses gaps in services and justice for all survivors.
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January 2013

Creative Strategies for Outreaching and Working Effectively with Immigrant Survivors of Sexual Violence in the Workplace

In light of immigration enforcement and the economic climate, now more than ever, immigrant women are vulnerable to experiencing sexual violence in the workplace. Across the country, immigrant-working women with and without work authorization are subjected to adverse working conditions and victimization at alarming rates. During this webinar, presenters focus on creative community organizing and screening and outreach strategies to identify survivors. This webinar also introduces basic legal remedies available.
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January 2013

Promoting the Development of Evidence-Based Practice: Líderes: An Evidence Based Curriculum

This issue of Synergy is dedicated to immigration and child protection and custody issues in the context of domestic violence. This article highlights the Líderes program, a peer-education approach to raising awareness about domestic violence in Latino communities.
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January 2013

Realidades Latinas: A National Survey on the Impact of Immigration and Language Access on Latina Survivors

This report provides an analysis of the results of a survey administered over a period of six weeks to over 1,300 Hotline callers who identified as Latin@ survivors of domestic violence. The questions were geared towards survivors’ experiences accessing services and demonstrated the challenges faced by survivors due to language access issues.
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January 2013

An Evidence-Based Leadership Intervention for Latina Survivors of Domestic Violence

Author(s): Josie V. Serrata
The Líderes program was created in 2003 in response to Latinas in the Twin Cities of MN asking for leadership opportunities in their communities. In 2006, Casa de Esperanza developed a curriculum for the Líderes and in 2011 it was adopted by Caminar Latino in Atlanta, GA, and adapted for women survivors of domestic violence.
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January 2013

Fuerza Unida (Strength United)

This manual describes the community engagement process that was the foundation for Casa de Esperanza’s changes in philosophy and strategy. It encourages individuals to think critically about their approach to community engagement and the process that will be most effective for their organizations and communities.
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January 2013

I am a Leader

This inspiring 3 minutes and 49 seconds video describes the experiences of Latina women from Guatemala as they realized their inner leadership potential.
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January 2013

Women who Stay: Perspectives of Latina Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence on Staying with or Leaving Abusive Partners

Many women, regardless of race or ethnicity, choose to continue to live with partners who have been (or continue to be) abusive. Traditional domestic violence intervention approaches have emphasized women leaving abusive relationships, but the applicability and acceptability of this approach for women from culturally diverse backgrounds, including immigrant and Latina survivors of IPV, is not well understood.
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December 2012

Being Trauma-Informed: Expanding our Lenses

In many places, the trauma resulting from violence and other severe stressors has been addressed mainly by trained mental health workers. At the same time, research has explored the harmful effects of trauma and suggested ways to address them.
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October 2012

A Dual Disenfranchisement: How Voter Suppression Denies Reproductive Justice to Women of Color

Author(s): Elizabeth Chen
This report situates women of color in the United States today, their current electoral impact, and the methods being used to disenfranchise people of color throughout the country and explores connections between this voter suppression and reproductive justice.
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October 2012

Walking with Latino Survivors

This webinar highlights best practices for advocates when working with Latino survivors.
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June 2012

Domestic Violence Fatalities Involving Native People in Washington State

This brief presents data on homicides in Washington State involving Native American victims and perpetrators, and domestic violence homicides on tribal land.