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Sexual Violence: Program Development

This area includes resources to support the work of local, state, and national sexual assault programs regarding nonprofit management, personnel supervision and staff development, coalition-building, and practice standards and policies. Materials also explore the history, theories, and philosophies driving the work of the movement to end sexual violence.

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March 2011
These sites provide information and access to databases that will aid the individual in funding education beyond high school. Grants,scholarships, loans, and work-study programs are described in detail.
Authors: National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
Updated March 2011
The selected websites on this page provide free information and resources on areas of interest to the nonprofit community: accountability and evaluation, advocacy, communications and marketing, foundations and grantmaking, fundraising and financial sustainability, governance, management and leadership, staff development and organizational capacity, technology and volunteer management.
Authors: National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
This is a manual that provides practical strategies for the evaluation of domestic violence coordinating councils, task forces and committees in order to make the process of evaluation easier.
Authors: Nicole E. Allen, Ph.D. and Leslie A. Hagen, J.D.
This page lists some online resources that address and respond to intersections between race, ethnicity and gender-based violence.
Authors: National Resource Center on Domestic Violence