Educators from all over the state can go onto the Texas Council on Family Violence Prevention Curricula database to inform work to end relationship violence.
Search it to find everything current for the prevention classroom–from curricula and lesson plans to videos, games, guides, and posters.
Click below to browse through the database.
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.
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.
Engaging Bystanders in Sexual Violence Prevention is a resource from the NSVRC. This resource is also available in Spanish.
On the resource:
“This book presents a compelling orientation to the importance of engaging bystanders in sexual violence prevention. The narrative provides background on the development of an approach that empowers each of us to be involved in prevention. It discusses various reasons why individuals who witness a range of inappropriate behaviors may or may not take action, and presents ways to encourage and develop greater bystander involvement. Finally, this book serves as an excellent training resource; it provides activities and trainer instructions throughout that make it a useful educational guide on bystander engagement in sexual violence prevention.”
At CALCASA’s 2010 Campus Training & Technical Assistance Institute in Las Vegas, there was a four-day Green Dot Training. Green Dot is prevention strategy developed by Green Dot, et cetera, Inc. that is geared around mobilizing bystanders. Training facilitators Dr. Dorothy Edwards and Dr. Jennifer Sayre discuss the program and the importance of talking about intervention strategies.