This slideshow defines sexual violence, describes the scope of the problem and risk factors, identifies related data sources, and explores the impact of sexual violence and its intersection with other forms of violence.
Government Innovators Network for the Harvard Kennedy School, Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation
This forum examined the prevalence, nature, and reporting of various types of sexual assault experienced by university students, including those perpetrated by "undetected" rapists, and discussed evidence-based prevention strategies. * Registration is required.
This is a series of short, self-directed online learning modules offering an introduction to violence prevention. Each module includes several slideshow presentations with audio. A printable outline (slides and script), and a glossary are available.
This PowerPoint workshop (with Facilitator's Guide), takes the audience through definitions of sexual violence, how bystanders can be engaged in sexual violence prevention, and includes a scenario for the audience to discuss and practice engaged bystander responses.
(8:18 minutes) This presentation introduces the key role of changing social norms to develop effective primary prevention efforts. *The Presentation Materials section contains slides, handouts, and other materials given by Prevention Connection and other prevention educators at conferences, workshops, and other trainings.
West Virginia Foundation for Rape Information and Services
This training module, formatted as a slideshow presentation with audio, is designed to provide information and resources on the issues of stalking and sexual misconduct for resident assistants/resident advisors (RAs) on college campuses. The module ends with a quiz to test users' understanding of the information presented. A Module User's Guide is also available.
Diane L. Rosenfeld for Harvard Law School, Berkman Center for Internet & Society
This series of 5 online learning modules explores the various ways in which violence against women is facilitated through the use of the Internet, as well as ways in which the Internet may be used as a site of resistance to such violence.
*Registration is required.
Modules include: Campus Sexual Assault Policies, Pornography, Sex Trafficking
The Internet as a Site of Resistance, Safety.
Teaching scenarios used in this self-paced online course are designed for use in groups and classes of all kinds. The following teaching scenarios are designed for use in groups and classes of all kinds. Although they are phrased in terms of what to do if you have "a friend" in a given situation, the scenarios are designed to educate everyone.
The Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVC TTAC)
Designed for use by trainers, this 2-day curriculum teaches advocates about advocacy/counseling, the realities and impact of sexual assault, procedures to follow in common situations, techniques to support recovery, and compassion fatigue and self-care. The curriculum focuses on intervening with individuals in a crisis rather than long-term and group counseling.
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