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Before even beginning any evaluation efforts, all programs should consider three important issues: (1) how you will protect the confidentiality and safety of the survivors providing you information, (2) how to be respectful when gathering and using information, and (3) how you will address issues of diversity in your evaluation plan.
Authors: National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, Domestic Violence Evidence Project
This packet discusses gender-based violence through an exploration of how homophobia is about heterosexism, anti-homosexual bias and disparaging women, and has social significance for all men and women, regardless of sexual orientation.
Individuals and communities continually experiment with language to express the unique character and evolving experience of their lives. This packet introduces some of the terms that are, at this writing, used in LGBT communities in the U.S.
Documents the development and growth of the first and only recognized culturally-specific family violence intervention and prevention program in Wisconsin which employs methods specific to serving African American families.
Over 100 domestic violence and sexual assault activists of color participated in these focus groups. The report includes highlights from their conversations regarding issues, barriers & recommendations for battered women of color with children.
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