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January 2018

Power through Partnerships: A Community-Based Participatory Research Toolkit for Domestic Violence Researchers

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Community-based participatory research (CBPR) is an approach to research in which researchers and community members share power, resources, and decision-making at every level of the research process. This online toolkit is to supports emerging researchers who would like to learn more about CBPR approaches, particularly in the context of domestic violence.
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November 2017

By & For: The Unique Services, Experiences, and Approaches of LGBTQ Domestic Violence and Anti-Violence Agencies

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This report outlines the findings of a study with 24 LGBTQ culturally-specific domestic violence and anti-violence agencies across the country. The study examined the unique services and approaches of programs that are “by & for” LGBTQ communities.
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January 2015

There's No One I Can Trust: The Impact of Mandatory Reporting on the Help-Seeking and Wellbeing of Domestic Violence Survivors

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This report summarizes a study of over 3600 domestic violence survivors that examined their experience of mandatory reporting and explored how mandatory reporting affected their help-seeking strategies and overall wellbeing.