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Organizing to End Violence Against Women: Putting Principles Into Practice

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This document presents and discusses basic organizing principles for engaging men in ending violence against women. These principles include have been developed, reviewed and refined over two decades and include keeping women’s voices and experiences central to the work, exploring racial justice, intersectionality of violence, and eliminating patriarchy.
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Reducing Child Labor and Forced Labor: A Toolkit for Responsible Businesses

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This online Toolkit is a guide for business developed by the U.S. Government focusing on child labor and forced labor practices.
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Engaging Young People through Peer Education

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Casa de Esperanza's Community Initiatives Manager discusses youth peer education as one strategy to prevent domestic and teen dating violence, explaining how the organization trains young Latinos, who in turn, facilitate workshops for their peers on topics they deem important. Lumarie stresses the importance of creating opportunities for young people to have caring relationships with adults as well as the importance of making space for young people to take action to create positive social change.
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A Domestic Violence Campus Organizing Guide for Health Professional Students and Faculty

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This brief notes that health care providers receive inadequate training on domestic violence prevention, identification, and response, and presents guidelines for students to organize fellow students and faculty to initiate policy change.
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Talking about LGBT Equality Among Latinos and Hispanics

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This report includes the findings from a research study that confirmed the strength of Latin@ support for LGBT issues, and uncovered approaches that can further even greater understanding and acceptance.
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First Steps: Taking Action Early To Prevent Violence

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The report includes 15 specific recommendations, along with case studies and suggested activities at the individual, family, community, organizational, and policy levels.
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Gender Equality In Disasters: Six Principles for Engendered Relief and Reconstruction

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This document highlights gender equality and risk reduction principles for guiding disaster response.
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Online Prevention Toolkit

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The Ohio Domestic Violence Network recognizes that Prevention is an emerging priority for forwarding changes that reduce and eliminate intimate partner violence and all other forms of family and sexual violence. This toolkit was developed to be a central source of information on prevention work for those working on the individual, organizational, statewide and/or national levels.
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Digital Storytelling for Social Change: Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Beyond

In this introductory webinar, StoryCenter staff member Amy Hill discusses the theoretical underpinnings, methods, and impacts of storytelling in domestic violence work and offers resources for organizations interested in developing storytelling efforts for DVAM and beyond.