This web-conference explores using institutional, community and experiential data to inform program development and to identify a population of focus for sexual violence prevention efforts.
“Reconstructing Norms” from the West Virginia Foundation for Rape Information and Services
This curriculum provides rape crisis advocates and facilitators with tools to educate the campus community about the problem of sexual assault and ways to prevent it. Each workshop includes talking points, activities and handouts for the presenter.
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Preventing Violence and Promoting Safety in Higher Education Settings
This document reviews the scope of campus violence, describes factors that cause and contribute to violence and lists recommendations that administrators, students, faculty, staff and community members can follow to review and improve their policies and strengthen their programs and services.
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“Moving Beyond Blue Lights and Buddy Systems: A National Study of Student Anti-Rape Activists” by SAFER
Written by a national organization that fights sexual violence by empowering student-led campaigns to reform college policies, this study examined students’ activities, priorities, perceptions and needs related to various efforts to address campus sexual violence, with a specific focus on campus policies.
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Principles for Effective Prevention
MENTOR: The National Mentor Partnership is the unifying champs for expanding quality youth mentoring relationships in the United States. MENTOR has served the mentoring field by providing a public voice, developing and delivering resources to mentoring programs nationwide and promoting quality for mentoring through standards, cutting-edge research and state of the art tools.
Below you’ll find a link of a publication by MENTOR title Applying the Principle of Prevention: What do Prevention Practitioners Need to Know About What Works? to help inform people on principles of effective prevention program.
Queering the Curriculum LGBTQ Inclusivity in Sexual Assault Prevention
Through PreventConnect site, Ashley Maier talks to Molly Mclay and Alex Nelson about their session at the National Association of Student Affairs Professionals (NASPA) conference.
This podcast explored the First Year Campus Acquaintance Rape Education (FYCARE) program and changes made since its inception to increase the accessibility of the program and its content to LGBT students.
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Beyond bystander intervention: Addressing power-based violence and rape culture on the college campus
This podcast follows the Beyond bystander intervention: Addressing power-based violence and rape culture on the college campus session at the 2013 National Sexual Assault Conference. Vickie Sides, Director of Resources for Sexual Violence Prevention at University of Chicago and Rachel Caidor, Associate Director of the Campus Advocacy Network at University of Illinois at Chicago join the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault’s Sari Lipsett to discuss the session, moving the conversation about rape prevention models that seek to change individual behavior to models that engage intervention on rape culture more broadly on the college campus.
Social Media for the Prevention of Violence Against Women: A student’s perspective
Social media is an increasingly important tool for sexual and domestic violence prevention work – and it changes every day. In this podcast, Rogue Community College student Courtney Rasmussen discusses her research on social media for the prevention of violence against women, providing best practices. Learn about Courtney’s research findings and her perspective as a student in the podcast below. Click here to read the paper she references in the podcast.
Sarah DeGue discusses the recent article “A Systematic Review of Primary Prevention Strategies for Sexual Violence Perpetration”
In this podcast, DeGue highlights how this report can support prevention practitioners, including considering evidence based and promising programs and using the 9 principles of effective prevention.
A summary of key findings from this article was developed by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center.
A Campus-Community Partnership for Prevention: Evaluating Prevention Programming in North Carolina
In this podcast, PreventConnect’s newest staff member, Deena Fulton, joins Laurie Graham, Rachel Valentine, and Alexis Kralic of the Orange County Rape Crisis Center in North Carolina to discuss their prevention evaluation partnership with Deena’s public health graduate program at the University of North Carolina. They describe the partnership and discuss what it was like working together and how they were able to reconcile differing perspectives and generate very useful products and outcomes.