Page features recordings and other materials from project webinars.
"What Were You Wearing" Student-Survivor Art Installation
The "What Were You Wearing" Survivor Art Installation was developed to create a tangible response to one of our most pervasive rape culture myths. The belief that clothing or what someone was wearing "causes" rape is extremely damaging for both survivors and for our community. This installation allows participants to see themselves reflected not only in the outfits, but in the experiences of the survivors.
The National Center for Campus Public Safety: Applying the Best Available Research Evidence to Build Comprehensive Strategies for Sexual Violence Prevention
This webinar with Kathleen C. Basile provides an overview of the latest knowledge related to sexual violence, including risk and protective factors, evidence-based strategies, and the need for comprehensive, multi-level approaches that address the complexities of this problem.
Human Trafficking Task Force e-Guide
Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime. Retrieved on July 25, 2016
Standards for Providing Services to Survivors of Sexual Assault
The State of New Jersey, Department of Law and Public Safety, Office of the Attorney General, Division of Criminal Justice.
Division of Violence Prevention: Social Norms
A resource kit for training on social norms.
Title IX Compliance and Collaboration: Understanding and Responding to Sexual Assault on Campus, Feb. 21, 2017
This training will focus on Title IX compliance requirements as well as best practice strategies for responding to and preventing sexual assault on campus. Participants will learn about the realities and prevalence of college sexual assault, Title IX legal requirements and best practice policies, and effective ways to enhance collaboration between campus officials, community sexual assault advocates, and other professionals.
Partners In Progress: 2nd Biennial Conference for the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence, Feb. 6-7,2017
This conference is a networking and learning opportunity for all those working to end sexual violence, domestic violence, and dating violence.
CDC Sexual Violence on Campus: Strategies for Prevention
This resource highlights five components to consider when working to prevent sexual violence in college and university settings: comprehensive prevention, audience, infrastructure, partnerships and sustainability, and evaluation.
Center for Changing Our Campus Culture: Current Practices and Challenges with Engaging Men on Campus
Sexual assault and other forms of gender-based violence on college campuses have made engaging campus men in prevention a national priority. But there is little information indicating how colleges are engaging men. This 2014 Engaging Men on Campus Assessment gives some insight into what colleges are doing to foster men as allies in the prevention of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. The assessment was conducted with the more than 100 campuses that received funding through the Office on Violence Against Women Campus Program.
National Sexual Violence Resource Center: An overview on campus sexual violence prevention
This overview provides information on the prevention of sexual violence on college and university campuses. It is part of the 2015 Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) Campaign resource kit. Also available in Spanish.