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Casey Keene Content Topic Results

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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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Special Collection

Special Collection
January 2018

Safety & Privacy in a Digital World

Author(s):
For many of us, technology plays an integral role in our day-to-day lives. This newly updated special collection explores ways to promote safe internet use, build healthy online communities, and promote social justice online, while addressing some of the ways that abusers misuse technology to commit gender-based violence.
Special Collection
July 2016

Fostering Resilience, Respect & Healthy Growth in Childhood and Beyond

Author(s):
This Special Collection offers resources that promote strategies for creating environments where children can thrive with a particular focus on enhancing capacity for resilience across the lifespan.
Special Collection
January 2016

Intimate Partner Homicide Prevention

Author(s):
This Special Collection explores the most tragic consequence of domestic violence and offers a variety of tools and information towards its prevention.
Special Collection
January 2013

NRCDV Access Initiative: Documenting Our Progress Towards Greater Accessibility

Author(s):
Be the change we wish to see in the world. That is just what the staff of the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV) had in mind when we launched the “Access Initiative” in 2006. The Initiative represented NRCDV’s organizational commitment –as an employer, service provider, and community member—to individuals with disabilities and accessibility in general. “The Access Initiative not only made me a better TA Provider, but also a better person.” - NRCDV staff member, 2013
Special Collection
July 2012

Men and Boys: Preventing Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence

Author(s):
This Special Collection provides resources for anti-violence programs to increase their capacity to engage men and boys in their work to end violence against women.

Materials

Materials
  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
August 2020

WEBINAR: Meeting this Moment: Meaningful Engagement for Social Change during Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Beyond

Author(s): Publisher(s):
At this moment, together we bear witness as the pandemic of racial injustice, systemic oppression, and exploitation continues to rage across the country, causing many losses. This moment in time is a call for transformation – a critical opportunity to revisit the roots of our movement to end gender-based violence in ways that can purposefully restore humanity for all. Join NRCDV for a conversation about pivoting our work to meet this moment and co-creating the world we all deserve during Domestic Violence Awareness Month and beyond.
Materials
  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
June 2019

How can children’s books be used to promote social justice and peace?

Author(s): Publisher(s):
Our favorite childhood stories tend to stick with us. NRCDV's June 2019 TA Question of the Month explores the power of children's books in creating social change.
Materials
  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
December 2017

WEBINAR: Storytelling for Social Change: Sharing Your Childhood Story of Domestic Violence

Author(s): Publisher(s):
On this webinar, presenters reflect on their own experiences as seasoned storytellers within the context of their movement work, offering practical tips and strategies for building capacity to bring voice to the unique experiences of adult children exposed to domestic violence.
Materials
  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
December 2017

From the Front of the Room: Sharing Your Childhood Story of Domestic Violence

Author(s): Publisher(s):
This guide, designed for adult survivors, explores the power of storytelling and the unique value that stories of adult children exposed to domestic violence can bring to social change movements, offering guidance for 1) assessing readiness, 2) finding your voice, 3) clarifying your message, and 4) attending to your wellness. Considerations for speaking to key audiences are also included.
Materials
  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
September 2017

WEBINAR: DVAM Countdown: Last Minute Tips and Ideas

Author(s): Publisher(s):
In this webinar, presenters discuss how free online tools available from NRCDV and NO MORE can support efforts to develop successful events and campaigns.
Materials
  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
July 2017

Serving Male-Identified Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence

Author(s): Publisher(s):
This paper offers guideposts for responding to the needs of male-identified victims of intimate partner violence. It is meant to be a resource to foster meaningful dialogue around supporting inclusive services for all victims and survivors seeking safety and healing.
Materials
  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
February 2017

How can my agency incorporate an intergenerational activism model?

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In NRCDV's February 2017 TA Question of the month, Casey Keene explores ways in which domestic violence organizations can incorporate intergenerational activism into their work.