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Everyday Advocacy Resources

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This section of the National Council of Nonprofits’ website includes advocacy toolkits, tip sheets, and more to support nonprofits in their efforts to engage in advocacy while remaining in compliance with federal, state, and local lobbying laws.
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Protecting Children from Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Violence in Disaster & Emergency Situations: A Guide for Local and Community-based Organizations

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This resource includes information on influencing factors that affect children exposed to disasters and emergencies. Minimizing risks through disaster preparedness and response are discussed. It also includes checklists for action.
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Resources for Working with Immigrant Women

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This page contains information and suggestions to make domestic violence services more accessible for immigrant women.
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Reducing Child Labor and Forced Labor: A Toolkit for Responsible Businesses

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This online Toolkit is a guide for business developed by the U.S. Government focusing on child labor and forced labor practices.
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Engaging Young People through Peer Education

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Casa de Esperanza's Community Initiatives Manager discusses youth peer education as one strategy to prevent domestic and teen dating violence, explaining how the organization trains young Latinos, who in turn, facilitate workshops for their peers on topics they deem important. Lumarie stresses the importance of creating opportunities for young people to have caring relationships with adults as well as the importance of making space for young people to take action to create positive social change.
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Policy 101

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This section of the National Latin@ Network’s website provides an overview of the legislative process, information on current issues that impact people experiencing domestic violence (particularly within immigrant communities), an outline of lobbying regulations for nonprofits, and a “find your legislators” tool.
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Claiming Rights, Claiming Justice: A Guidebook on Women Human Rights Defenders

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This guidebook is designed to support the ongoing process of enhancing the understanding of, and sensitivity to, the specific issues and situations confronted by women human rights defenders.
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Catalog of Evidence-Based and Promising Practices

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Committee members used this catalog when developing North Carolinas 10-Year Plan to Prevent Intimate Partner Violence to inform their recommendation of dating violence prevention and healthy relationship promotion programming for use in community, faith and school-based settings.
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Special Rapporteur on violence against women, its causes and consequences

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The Special Rapporteur has four mandates, which includes seeking information on violence against women, and recommending measures, ways, and means to eliminate VAW.
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Reproductive Justice Briefing Book: A Primer on Reproductive Justice and Social Change

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This is the expanded and updated version of the book. The idea and original edition was developed in collaboration with many people in preparation and for distribution at the 2007 U.S. Social Forum in Atlanta.