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There is still time to offer your input by taking this brief survey to help us make VAWnet as relevant and easy-to-use as possible. Please respond by March 27th!
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Social Work Month
March is National Social Work Month! Thank a social worker for their commitment to enhancing justice and dignity for individuals, families, systems, and communities.
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SAAM 2015
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month! The #SAAM 2015 campaign is: It’s time to act. Safer campuses. Brighter futures. Prevent sexual violence.
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Preventing & Responding to Teen Dating Violence
Updated for #TeenDVMonth 2015, this collection emphasizes collaborative and multilevel approaches to promoting healthy dating among youth.
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The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)
Updated for 2015, this collection highlights resources specific to domestic violence survivors and advocates working with survivors on a variety of helpful tax credits.
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Prevention Tool of the Month
See the Signs & Speak out offers upstander-focused employer training programs for recognizing and responding to abuse.
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Sheltering Transgender Women
This new TA Guidance highlights effective strategies for integrating trans women into shelter, building on existing knowledge of shelter staff and allied professionals in providing shelter services to women.
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Welcome to VAWnet, a project of the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence.

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Our resource library is home to thousands of materials on violence against women and related issues, with particular attention to its intersections with various forms of oppression.

Here you’ll find resources on domestic violence, sexual violence, funding, research, and international issues. You’ll also find news, announcements, and events related to the work of the movement and related fields of practice. From the comprehensive lists of resources found in Special Collections to the concise interpretations of current research in our peer-reviewed Applied Research Papers, VAWnet has a variety of formats and material types to offer. For tips on navigating or searching the library, see How to Use VAWnet.org.

VAWnet supports local, state, and national prevention and intervention strategies that enhance safety and well-being and address the self-identified needs and concerns of victims and survivors. To learn more, visit About VAWnet.

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