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This video shows how one program in Washington State is developing community relationships and expanding services to address the unique needs of survivors who are facing homelessness and housing instability.
Authors: Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence Housing First Project
Beliefs about manhood that allow men to exploit and use violence against women are ingrained in our culture. With Impunity engages the thinking of leading historians, sociologists and practitioners to examine our past, cultural realities and options for ending gender-based violence.
Participants in these four video podcasts discussed their experiences at the Women of Color Networks 2012 Institute and the approaches used within their organizations to promoting collective empowerment, leadership, and ending institutional racism.
This video podcast features a conversation with Alison Bellavance, Director of Education and Training at Planned Parenthood of Northeast and Mid-Penn in Pennsylvania, about incorporating healthy sexuality approaches into sexual violence prevention work.
This video incorporates stories and voices of service members who have experienced rape. In this video, the term Military Sexual Violence (MST) is defined in the video as the the official term for the psychological trauma that may result from military rape, sexual assault, or sexual harassment.
This campaign, developed in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) presents common scenarios in which violence and harassment against women can develop and positive examples of how men can act in these situations.
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