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Results displayed are grouped first by VAWnet Special Collections then by individual related materials. For assistance in locating a resource, use our online contact form.

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Coaching Boys into Men Playbook

This Playbook provides "teach-easy" tactics and teachable moments to illustrate ways coaches can role model and promote healthy choices and relationships among youth.
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Engendering Change: Transforming Gender Roles in Asian and Pacific Islander Communities

Author(s): Firoza Chic Dabby, Grace Poore
The report emphasizes cultural relevancy in batterer intervention programs.
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Information for Pregnant Women - Fact Sheet

This page provides information to assist pregnant women to prepare for an emergency or disaster.
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Organizing to End Violence Against Women: Putting Principles Into Practice

Author(s): Dick Bathrick, Ulester Douglas, Khaatim S. El, Phyllis Alesia Perry, Malkia S. White
This document presents and discusses basic organizing principles for engaging men in ending violence against women. These principles include have been developed, reviewed and refined over two decades and include keeping women’s voices and experiences central to the work, exploring racial justice, intersectionality of violence, and eliminating patriarchy.
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Is Your Agency Ready to Serve Transgender Survivors?

Tangible areas to think about include forms and paperwork, bathroom options, advertising, and publicity, displayed materials, referrals, feedback and complaint mechanisms. Intangible areas to think about include organizational culture and diversity, existing reputation, agency name, presence at transgender events, community participation and outreach, training, monitoring of attitudes and tone, client staff interactions and language, out T/LGB staff, and tracking T/LGB clients.
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Sisters Helping Sisters to Thrive: The Women’s Collective Model

The purpose of this document is to contribute to the growing body of knowledge of effective models for addressing the comprehensive needs of women and girls of color living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS in the United States and beyond.
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Working with LGBTQ Youth: LGBTQ Inclusivity Tipsheets

Created for adult professionals working with youth, this tipsheet series address how to create a safe(r), friendly environment in multiple settings by intentionally practicing LGBTQ inclusivity.