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Sexual Violence: Policy & Systems Advocacy

This area provides information and tools to assist individuals and their collective(s) working to end sexual violence through public policy and systems change. Public policy includes federal, state, and local laws that impact victims and survivors of sexual violence and address prevention strategies, the configuration and operation of agencies and systems that respond to and prevent sexual violence, policies and protocols, and funding for the provision of services to victims and survivors. Systems advocacy is the tool that advocates and other professionals use to ensure the rights and needs of victims of sexual violence as they negotiate systems on their journey toward healing and also to ensure that systems are working to address the prevention of sexual violence.

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2000
Teaching scenarios used in this self-paced online course are designed for use in groups and classes of all kinds.
Authors: "Woman's Justice Center"
April 14, 2010
This webinar recording reviews the principles and process of beginning a violence prevention program on a college or university campus.
Authors: Linda Langford and Dorothy Edwards
2011
This online training discusses anti-human trafficking task force strategies and operations.
Authors: Office for Victims of Crime
This online course offers information, policies, and procedural suggestions to create a congregation where children and youth will be safe from sexual abuse. This course provides essential tools for a comprehensive approach to safety and prevention.
Authors: Reverend Debra W. Haffner and Joan Tabachnick
This online toolkit helps college students organize campus events, programs, and training on violence against women and its link to reproductive health.
Authors: Futures Without Violence
2001
This training curriculum and resource guide for advocates, police, social-service providers, and other violence-against-women professionals and practitioners provides information about community-policing approaches to reducing and preventing violence against women.
Authors: Police Executive Research Forum
This module provides an overview of the coordinated community response to sexual assault. It offers information on the make-up of a response team, the history of coordinated response, the SART Model, and the SANE Model.
Authors: Dr. Kimberly Lonsway
2006
Video clips featuring college students candidly discussing different scenarios of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Myths and stereotypes are addressed, as issues are examined from different gender perspecives and multicultural viewpoints.
Authors: The Grant to Reduce Violent Crimes Against Women on Campus Program
September 2004
The collection of documents address legislation aimed at both legal and illegal immigrants and its potentially harmful effects on victims of domestic violence and trafficking. The documents also provide additional resources for research and assistance.
Authors: National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
This training curriculum is aimed at increasing understanding of elder abuse in the Asian and Pacific Islander community. It includes information about types of elder abuse, safety concerns, and barriers faced by older persons when seeking help.
Authors: Asian and Pacific Islander Institute