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An Online Resource Library on Gender-Based Violence.

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Primary Prevention Toolkit

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The purpose of this toolkit is to share resources and knowledge that others have found useful in developing programs for primary prevention of intimate partner violence.
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AOL/NCSA Online Safety Study

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This report details the results of a study of 354 adult internet users, to measure their understanding and awareness of online security issues and examine their firewall settings, anti-virus software, potential virus infections, parental control software, and spyware.
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Social Responses to Gender-Based Violence

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This fact sheet addresses the need for an integrated, community response to the prevention of gender-based violence (GBV) and describes the social response to GBV in several categories including health care, working with perpetrators, media information and awareness campaigns, education and community networks and interventions.