In this statement written by Dorothy Edwards on key consideration for building a comprehensive prevention and education program, she discusses the important aspects of that make violence prevention programming and education impactful.
Click on the link below to read her one-page statement.
In our work, over the last decade and a half, with universities and colleges, advocates and survivors, CALCASA has identified a 3-pronged approach to addressing sexual violence on college campuses. This approach can lead to more effective policies, responses and procedures when sexual violence occurs and can create a shift in cultural norms on campus that can prevent sexual violence before it begins. Click below to read the 3-pronged approach.
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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A research index is provided on the website Culture of Respect to show various research articles and categories that relate to campus based violence. Click on the resource button below to view the page.
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.
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.
In this podcast Fatima Avellán discusses her experience as a student organizer against sexual violence, sharing her tips for how to effectively engage students on campus. Fatima, a new student at the School of Social Services at the University of Chicago, was a Project S.A.F.E. (Sexual Assault Free Environment) Program Assistant who co-organized campus peer-education and crisis intervention programs. Learn more about how to engage students by listening below.
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.
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.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have created Social Media Toolkits designed to assist in the planning, development and implementation of social media activities providing critical information on lessons learned, best practices, clearance information and security requirements.
They have made different guides available online for different social media platforms. To read through the guides and their suggestions, click on the view resource button below.