Regardless of structure, all coalitions share common values that highlight the importance of
providing a statewide voice on behalf of victims,
supporting the work of local member programs,
holding societal systems accountable for their responses to victims,
and working on the prevention of... more
Watch this brief overview to learn more about the Sexual Assault Demonstration Initiative (SADI) and the lessons learned from this national project.
The Resource Sharing Project and National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) hosted a conference call on March 14, 2012 with Donna Simmons with the Grants Financial Management Division (GMFD) of the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW).
National Organization of Sisters of Color Ending Sexual Assault (SCESA)
This was previously published in the RSP Executive Director Manual (2007)
Editor’s note: Although the report is over a decade old, we believe it continues to accurately reflect the experiences of Women of Color in the Anti-... more
Many can argue, not many converse. --A. Bronson Alcott
Meeting. Whether used in combination with staff or committee or planning - the word can send a chill up the spine, or at least put a damper on the day. And yet, we keep trying perhaps because we sense that we can do better work together than... more
Adolescence is a complicated and often chaotic time of life. Adolescence is also one of the most vulnerable periods in life for sexual violence: most sexual violence occurs before the survivor’s eighteenth birthday. Teens are resilient and creative, however. Working with teen survivors of sexual... more
The job of a Board Member encompasses many facets of an organization. This handbook briefly touches on a number of these areas, including: policy development, financial management, Board development, and personnel management. This handbook does not lay out every facet of a Boards work in any of... more