“You have no control over the stalker’s behavior and are not responsible for what they do. However, it can be useful to think of steps you might take to keep yourself and loved ones safe. This process is called safety planning.”
“When it comes to sexual assault, confirmation bias has long influenced the response of criminal justice professionals in the opposite direction. This is often described as “implicit bias,” and ample evidence suggests that it affects the investigation and prosecution of crime just as it influences responses by the public.”
“This webinar will focus on building a coordinated response to stalking, both within the legal system and beyond, and will promote the education and awareness of stalking as a component of this response.”
“Using data from The Trevor Project’s 2020 National Survey on LGBTQ Youth Mental Health, this brief examines factors associated with attempting suicide among Latinx LGBTQ youth.”
This webinar will focus on self-evaluation for those who want to take action towards racial justice and aren’t sure where to being.
“This collection includes select resources that detail the history of the reproductive justice movement, and provide comprehensive information on reproductive justice and social change”
With the prevalence of technology in our daily lives, it’s important to know that it can be used in malicious ways and what legal action can be taken if that occurs.
“This webinar will provide insights and guidance for how to navigate working with multiple survivors involved in the same case. It will touch on possible conflicts of interest, disclosures, record keeping, and recommendations for building networks and strategic planning.”
“The purpose of this brief is to share research on the connections between different forms of violence and describe how these connections affect communities.”
“The Lifeguard Workshop webpage includes a video, a curriculum guide, lesson plans, and additional resources for educators.”