Culture of Respect is an independent information portal to strengthen sexual assault prevention efforts on college campuses. They seek to strengthen schools by providing them with a framework to assess and improve efforts to eliminate rape and sexual assault from their campuses.
The University of North Caroline-Greensboro hosts a sexual violence prevention website for coaches called “Coaching Coaches”.
The training materials were specifically designed for high school coaches and athletic administrators to help prevent the use of sexually violent language in athletic settings. This course aims to teach coaches to move away from rather than teach athletes to become desensitized to an abusive dialogue to empower them to play harder.
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Learn.PreventConnect.org is an extension of PreventConnect‘s work to grow and support a national community of practice for the prevention of sexual and domestic violence. The popularity of our web conferences, eLearning units, podcasts, email groups and other online offerings has shown us just how much you value both easily accessible learning tools as well as opportunities to interact with fellow prevention practitioners. This project uses the Moodle learning management system to create a central learning “hub” for prevention practitioners that offers the information and interaction you seek, accessible at your convenience. With this project, your learning isn’t confined to a particular day or time and you can discuss what you learn with prevention practitioners from anywhere.
Check back often for updates to learn.preventconnect.org. Our latest updates include three new courses: Introduction to Sexual Health, Coalition Building and Turf Management, and Collaboration. As part of the PreventConnect community, you are not only part of a dynamic and growing national community of practice, but you also have the opportunity to participate in a national community of learning.
In this podcast featured on PreventConnect, Interpersonal Violence Prevention Coordinator, Adam Hall, shares his experience with the University of North Carolina Wilmington’s CARE program from the 2015 NASPA Mental Health Conference.
The CARE program is University of North Carolina Wilmington’s resource center for students affected by violence, harassment or sexual assault.
NSVRC has launched the SAAM 2015 campaign. The SAAM 2015 campaign provides resources on campus sexual violence prevention. Help us create communities that prevent violence and build campuses that respond well. Everyone can play a role in creating safer campuses. Take action to prevent sexual violence.
This is a toolkit for advocates, campus personnel, students and allies. These materials can be used to engage the entire community to take action to end sexual assault.
Hosted through Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Veto Violence is a site committed to comprehensive violence prevention.
They have information on different approaches such as primary prevention, public health, and a socio-ecological model towards preventing violence. They also have a variety of tools & training mechanisms to teach on prevention violence. To view this extensive body of resource, click on the “view resource” button below.
To listen on a podcast about this project, click here.
This post from PreventConnect highlights an interview done by PreventConnect’s David Lee with Monika Johnson Hostler, Executive Director of the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault, about the new film, My Masculinity Helps. As the two discussed, the film can be used as a tool to engage African American men and boys in examining gender roles, masculinity, and power; identify men and boys’ roles and responsibilities in the prevention of rape and sexual assault; and support men and boys to be educators, advocates, and activists for the prevention of sexual violence. Now, the filmmakers have just released a facilitation guide to assist in efforts to use the movie to create social change. Learn more about the film and access the guide on mymasculinityhelps.com.
A summary of the resource from the National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women:
Peer Educators: The Frontline in Campus Violence Prevention by Aurelia Sands Belle (2013)
This presentation provides information about the roles and responsibilities of peer education in violence prevention and offers guidance on establishing a peer education program. Also included here are special considerations for peer educators at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
Black Women’s Blueprint, Inc. is a civil and human rights organization of women and men. Our purpose is to take action to secure social, political and economic equality in American society now. We work to develop a culture where women of African descent are fully empowered and where gender, race and other disparities are erased. We engage in progressive research, historical documentation, support movement building and organize on social justice issues steeped in the struggles of Black women within their communities and within dominant culture.
The Campus Dating Violence fact sheet is provided by the Office on Violence Against Women, the Dating Violence Resource Center, and the National Center for Victims of Crimes. This factsheet provides statistics and resources related to dating violence on university and college campuses.