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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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Inside Out: Strengthening Advocacy and Services for Refugee, Immigrant, and Limited English Proficient Survivors

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The Self-Assessment Guide is a tool kit for doing the "inside work" within programs to strengthen and expand services for immigrant survivors.
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Cultural Competency Tips

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This brief tipsheet provides guidance on working with survivors from various cultures in a culturally relevant manner.
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Sexual Violence Against Asian and Pacific Islander Women Training Manual

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This training manual describes the different types of sexual violence perpetrated against Asian and Pacific Islander women. Skits and discussion questions are included to help advocates understand sexual violence in vulnerable populations.
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Applying for Asylum Based on Gender Identity Persecution

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Gender identity persecution occurs when someone is harmed because of their gender identity or expression. This guide offers information for immigrant survivors who have experienced gender identity persecution on how to apply for asylum.
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Information for Immigrants

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This webpage answers questions that immigrant women in domestic violence situations may have, including answers such as where to report domestic violence, how to be safe, and legal issues related to immigrant status.
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Immigration

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This page on WomensLaw.org includes information on VAWA laws for abuse victims, U Visa laws for crime victims, T Visa laws for trafficking victims, Asylum, and Refugee status.
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Medical Interpreter Competency Checklist

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This checklist provides guidelines and evaluation for medical interpreters.
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Public Benefits Manual

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This manual is a comprehensive tool that provides information relating to public benefits. It is composed of chapters and training tools providing an overview of immigrant crime victims’ legal rights to services and public benefits.
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U Visa for Domestic Violence Crimes

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This brief provides general information about the process of applying for U visa.
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Assisting Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence, Prosecutor's Guide

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This document provides information to prosecutors on assisting immigrant victims of domestic violence. The document suggests prosecutors collaborate with community-based domestic violence and immigrant service organizations to provide services to immigrant women.
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Public Benefits Access for Battered Immigrant Women and Children

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This chapter provides information on public benefit access by types of immigration status, legal requirements for qualifying as battered ÐqualifiedÓ immigrant, different categories of public benefits for which immigrant survivors may qualify, and guidance for advocates and attorneys to address issues that may arise when applying for benefits.