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Sexual Violence: Intervention

This area contains information on the development and delivery of safe and appropriate services for victims of sexual violence, offering tools for advocates or counselors in community-based sexual assault programs as well as helping professionals in human service arenas or institutional settings who encounter sexual violence victimization in their work. Materials explore approaches addressing intersecting life circumstances or co-occurring issues.

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January 2014
This Network Paper maps and critically analyses good practice in preventing and responding to gender-based violence (GBV) in humanitarian contexts to support humanitarian practitioners and policymakers to improve the quality of GBV programming.
Authors: Rebecca Holmes and Dharini Bhuvanendra
2013
This report describes atrocities against children during times of conflict, calling on G8 countries to take action. The report suggests a deliver-empower-change-reform model for addressing the problem.
Authors: Veronique Aubert
January 2012
This report offers information on progress made in the implementation of monitoring, analysis, and reporting arrangements and the placement of women’s protection advisers.
Authors: UN Secretary General
May 2011
This article offers information to MST survivors with the intent of providing them with resources to assist them in their recovery. It was also written for partners, friends, or family members of MST survivors.
Authors: Catherine McCall
April 29, 2011
This article discusses the experiences of several women who were sexually assaulted while serving overseas. These women’s experiences highlight the shortcomings of military SARC’s (Sexual Assault Response Coordinators) and policy issues that discourage reporting and decrease support.
Authors: Anna Mulrine
Service Women Action Network (SWAN)
This 2-page fact sheet includes information about the incidence of MST, its emotional and financial costs, and other valuable information highlighting the devastating effects of this problem.
Authors: Brittany L. Stalsburg
March 2011
This report presents the number of reported sexual assault cases in 2010 among military service members. It also highlights DoD’s strategies and interventions for investigating and responding to sexual assault claims
Authors: Department of Defense
March 2011
This report discusses the findings of a survey conducted across all military branches and the Coast Guard exploring instances and reactions to unwanted sexual contact. The purpose of this survey was to assess and evaluate efforts to prevent sexual assault within the military.
Authors: Lindsay M. Rock, Rachel N. Lipari, Paul J. Cook, and Andrew D. Hale
June 2010
This 2-page fact sheet includes information about the incidence of MST, its emotional and financial costs and other valuable information highlighting the devastating effects of this problem.
Authors: Brittany L. Stalsburg
Updated 2010
This page discusses basic information about women’s experience of trauma and the prevalence of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as a result of that trauma.
Authors: National Center for PTSD of the US Department of Veterans Affairs