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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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  • General Material
January 2015

Transgender FAQ

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This page contains an introductory explanation of the term "Transgender," as well as other relevant terms such as gender identity, and the difference between gender and sexuality.
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  • General Material
January 2015

10 Principles for Effective Prevention Messaging

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This document offers practical tips to think about when developing prevention messaging.
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  • General Material
December 2014

How Gender Stereotypes and Stigma Associated with Mental Health & Substance Use Impact Survivors of Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault

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This brief report discusses two stereotypes that negatively impact survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in legal proceedings: the stereotype that women who have mental health conditions or substance abuse issues are not credible when disclosing abuse and the conception that women with these conditions cannot also be good parents.
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  • Training Tools
November 2014

How to Support a Colleague Victim of Domestic or Sexual Violence

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This video is part of the "See the Signs, Speak Out" series on starting conversations in the workplace about domestic and sexual violence.
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
  • General Material
September 2014

The Pressure Is On: Ready for DVAM 2014?

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Since 1981, advocates, allies, survivors and their families have recognized October as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM). This webinar discusses planning and hosting successful and engaging awareness activities, even with limited time and resources.
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
  • General Material
September 2014

Selling Social Change: Exploring What Works in Making the Case for Prevention

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On this webinar, the IPV Prevention Council and allies will share key preliminary findings from these discussions, invite participants to offer their insights, and explore successful models in Washington and Texas for encouraging investment in prevention.
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  • General Material
September 2014

If You Care about Religious Freedom, You Should Care about Reproductive Justice

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This fact sheet outlines why health care providers should not deny women access to needed health care services, reproductive justice & religious freedom, why employers should not use their religious beliefs to deny women insurance coverage of health care services, why religious freedom should not include the freedom to discriminate against women, and how you can support reproductive justice and religious liberty values.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
June 2014

Finding Safety and Support

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This generic brochure is designed to be used or adapted by local programs, state DV/SA coalitions, educators, allied professionals, and the general public to raise awareness of helping resources for victims experiencing domestic violence.
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  • General Material
  • Training Tools
April 2014

Engaging Men to End Violence in Our Communities

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This webinar presents strategies and practical tools to involve men in ending domestic and sexual violence. It includes an analysis on the rationale behind engaging non-abusive men to join the movement to end violence against women; it will explores the different roles that men can play as part of this movement; it will propose a strength-based, holistic framework to work with men; and will offer practical examples of strategies and approaches of engagement.
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
  • General Material
March 2014

The Monument Quilt: Creating a public culture of support for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault

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This training introduces listeners to The Monument Quilt, an on-going collection of stories from survivors of rape and abuse to transform our current culture of public shame into a culture of public support.
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  • General Material
January 2014

Confidentiality and Mandatory Reporting: A Clergy Dilemma?

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There is increasing controversy surrounding the issue of mandatory reporting by clergy of physical or sexual abuse of children and the privilege of confidentiality within the pastoral role. Some clergy perceive the expectation of mandatory reporting of child abuse by helping professionals to be in direct conflict with their pastoral role. When state law requires clergy (along with all other helping professionals) to report suspected child abuse, some clergy feel that they face a dilemma.
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  • General Material
January 2014

Population Fact Sheet: Hispanics/Latinos

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This resource addresses some of the root causes of HIV disparity in the Latino community, and some of the interventions Ryan White programs are using to close the gap.