MECASA's Media Work in Maine
MECASA’s work with media outlets started slowly and really had a snowball effect. We had always wanted to build relationships because the way the media reports on sexual violence is so important to how we as a culture talk about violence and victims. Media relationships have implications for quality sexual violence prevention and response, and so we decided it would be part of my job to make that a priority. (read the full article here)
Coalition Media Toolkit: The RSP has provided a round-up of coalition samples of media statements and press releases.
The National Sexual Violence Resource Center has done a lot of work around media response and working with journalists. You can find a number of their Media Packets here.
NSVRC also worked with Poynter News University on a course for journalists on Reporting on Sexual Violence. Click here for the course.
Maine Sex Trafficking & Exploitation Network created this media guide.
Technology for Coalitions (July 2015)