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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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August 2022

Before and Beyond Crisis: What Each of Us Can Do to Create a Long-Term Ecosystem of Support for All Survivors

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Before and Beyond Crisis is a roadmap for expanding our society’s response to gender-based violence beyond short-term crisis support. The roadmap makes survivor-informed recommendations for how every pillar of our society–from banks, hospitals, and schools to policymakers, employers, and other stakeholders–can help build a new ecosystem of support that addresses the reality of how GBV shows up in survivors’ lives. 
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December 2021

Collective Power: A Practical Blueprint for Sexual Assault Programs to Create Community Partnerships and Collaborations

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This blueprint provides a nonprescriptive roadmap to how we can build collaborative relationships with community partners within and outside the anti-sexual violence movement. It identifies best practices, models, and resources for creating, encouraging, and preserving community collaborations both in conventional and innovative ways, hence strengthening the capacity of our sexual assault programs and bridging the gaps with other social service organizations and institutions.
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
October 2021

Session 1C: Engaging Survivors and Grassroots Organizations in Policy Advocacy / 1C: Fomentar la participación de les sobrevivientes y las organizaciones de base en la incidencia política

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This strategy session from NRCDV's 2021 Prevention Town Hall analyzes the technique of collaborative organizing and storytelling to impact public policy and advocacy. Esta sesión de estrategias del Congreso de Prevención 2021 del NRCDV analiza la técnica del trabajo organizativo colaborativo y la narración de historias para incidir en las políticas públicas y en nuestra labor de defensa.
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  • NRCDV Publications
July 2021

TA Bundle: Community Care & Resilience

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This Technical Assistance (TA) Bundle includes TA and training resources from NRCDV to support those who wish to invest in healing-centered community care. This approach nurtures resilient and equitable communities where those most marginalized can thrive. It fosters collective healing and liberation.
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May 2021

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women: An Action Plan for Alaska Native Communities

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Alaskan Indigenous communities are encouraged to use this toolkit from the Alaska Native Women's Resource Center as a guide for developing a plan of action that will include awareness, prevention, and intervention strategies.
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  • NRCDV Publications
April 2021

One year later: How can advocates leverage lessons from grassroots pandemic responses to deepen our investment in community resilience?

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Community care and mutual aid are powerful strategies to foster resilience and connectedness in the face of adversity. The April 2021 TA Question of the Month explores lessons learned from community building efforts during COVID-19.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
February 2021

Report on Faith Leader Listening Sessions: Community Responses to Domestic and Sexual Violence and Safe Housing for Survivors

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This report highlights key findings from a series of listening sessions with faith leaders, hosted by the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence and Jewish Women International. The report highlights the role faith leaders and communities play or could play at the intersection of faith, spirituality, religion and gender-based violence response and prevention, with a particular emphasis upon increasing safe housing options for survivors.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
February 2021

WEBINAR: Meaningful Partnerships to Support Youth at the Intersections of Homelessness and Gender-Based Violence

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Recognizing and understanding the intersections of youth homelessness/housing insecurity and gender-based violence is critical to creating meaningful services and effective intervention and prevention strategies. This webinar examines the scope and unique characteristics of relationship violence amongst RHY, and explores the why and the how of building and sustaining effective community collaborations to best serve youth at the intersections.
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December 2020

Transformational Collaborations: Considerations to Apply a Racial Equity Lens

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A critical analysis of collaboration efforts that involve culturally specific organizations shows they often amount to little more than a referral network, function independently, and centralize leadership and control. This publication will help expose the subtle, yet insidious mechanisms that lead to the marginalization of people of color and culturally specific organizations, offer strategies to resist these mechanisms, and provide recommendations to transform collaborations into equitable partnerships.
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December 2020

What Is Child Welfare? A Guide for Domestic Violence Services Advocates

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Child welfare workers and domestic violence services (DVS) advocates recognize that domestic violence adversely impacts family safety and well-being and puts children at increased risk for maltreatment. This guide provides an overview of basic child welfare services, describes how DVS advocates and child welfare professionals can support one another's efforts in working with families, and presents resources for more information.
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December 2020

Domestic Violence: A Primer for Child Welfare Professionals

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Child welfare professionals, domestic violence services advocates, and other community stakeholders are increasingly working together to address the impact of domestic violence on children. This primer provides practitioners with a high-level overview of the complex intersections between domestic violence and child welfare and points to promising practices for casework. 
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November 2020

Feminist Prof. Loretta J. Ross Is Done With Cancel Culture

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Creating conversations to bridge differences is hard enough, but online it can be even tougher — especially when a perceived misstep can see someone “called out” or “cancelled.” These two things can close down dialogue without addressing the problem, according to Loretta J. Ross. In this video, Professor Ross discusses her concerns with "cancel culture."