An informational webinar providing up-to-date analysis on the impact of the public charge inadmissibility rule on immigrant survivors. Includes information about how determinations will be made, which survivors will be exempt, and how the rule will impact survivors and their families.
This matrix contains state statutes with the definition of domestic violence/abuse for obtaining a domestic violence civil protection order.
“Keeping essential services running smoothly and practicing social distancing, are essential parts of maintaining a healthy and functioning community. However, we know that it’s difficult to have your normal routines disrupted, or completely changed. It is important for us all during this time to practice social connection and community care”
Ujima has developed a factsheet on Intimate Partner Violence in the Black Community that includes statistics and facts on topics including homicide, stalking, and rape.
“Findings from the 2020 Guttmacher Survey of Reproductive Health Experiences, it was found that due to different disruption variables, COVID-19 will have “major consequences for reproductive health goals and behaviors, access to care and far beyond,” including exposure to IPV, particularly acts of sexual violence or reproductive control.”
“Victim service providers who primarily serve adults often lack the resources and expertise to address the unique needs of young people. However, policy solutions fostering prevention and intervention efforts can provide invaluable education and services for young people.”
NNEDV has developed a tip-sheet with 10 Tips to Have an Informed Conversation about Domestic Violence, including what to ask and how to respond.
“Cultural identities contain the histories of a people that include traditions, struggles, achievements, and triumphs. Cultures nourish pride, resilience, belonging, intersectional identities, and connection to community. But culture is used to justify gender violence and inequality by evoking traditional beliefs and practices about how women and girls should be treated.”
Casa de Esperanza and the National Latin@ Network have created numerous factsheets regarding various aspects of Intimate Partner Violence among Latin@s. Access the factsheets here.
“As an aspiring ally, I recognize that there are people in this world who I don’t share a common identity with that I’d like to be in solidarity with. There are oppressions in our country that I benefit from, I affirm that this is incredibly harmful, and I want to actively want to fight to end this. So, I want to be an ally.”