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General

10 Ways to Address the Relationship Between Title IX and Campus Police by ATIXA

A Basic Guide to Title IX

Common Date Rape Drugs

Core Competencies For Sexual Violence Prevention Practitioners

Families Advocating for Campus Equality

Grant Programs To End Violence Against Women

How To Send A Title IX Complaint to The U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of Justice

Introduction Resource Packet

It’s On Us Campaign Organizing Tools

Know Your rights United States Department of Education

Media, Sexual Violence, and Engaging Bystanders

National Women’s Law Center

Preventing Violence and Promoting Safety in Higher Education Settings Overview of a Comprehensive Approach

Qualities and Abilities of Effective and Confident Prevention Practitioners

SAAM 2015 Action Steps Campus Administrators

SAAM 2015 Overview Campus Sexual Violence Prevention

SAAM Proclamation For a Healthy Future

SAFER Strengthens Student-led Movements to Combat Sexual and Interpersonal Violence in Campus Communities

Sexual Violence and The Spectrum of Prevention Towards a Community Solution

Sexual Violence Prevention Beginning the Dialogue

Sexual Violence Prevention Overview

Speaking Out The Benefits to Survivors of Sexual Assault

Stop Sexual Assault in Schools Activism Toolkit

Strategies For Integrating Prevention Into Organizational Operations

Tips For New Prevention Coordinators

Judge rules Ohio State Title IX official can be personally liable for helping rape accuser lie

‘Trauma Informed’ Approaches to Sex Assault Are Catching On. They’re Also Facing a Backlash.

SAVE Services Attempts to Undermine VAWA Appear Stymied, For Now

 State Policy Playbook for Ending Campus Sexual Assault, Know Your IX

 National Coalition Against Violent Athletes

CAPPA

RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)

Project GHB

Fact Sheets and Statistics

11 Facts About Sexual Assault

Facts and Statistics

Facts From United Educators’ Sexual Assault Claims Study

Sexual Assault Factsheet

Understanding the Facts on Campus Sexual Assaults

 State Policy Playbook for Ending Campus Sexual Assault, Know Your IX

Intimate Partner Violence

Evaluation For Improvement Empowerment Evaluation Approach For Violence Prevention Organizations

Intersection of Intimate Partner Violence and HIV in Women

Intimate Partner Violence Handout 

Preventing Intimate Partner & Sexual Violence Program Activities Guide

Preventing Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Violence in Racial: Ethnic Minority Communities

Understanding Intimate Partner Violence Factsheet

LGBTQ

Annotated Bibliography- Sexual Violence and Individuals Who Identify as LGBTQ

Creating Inclusive Agencies

Guide For Transformative Prevention Programming

Hate & Bias Motivated Crimes

Resource List- Sexual violence and Individuals Who Identify as LGBTQ

Sexual Harassment & Bullying of Youth

Talking About Gender & Sexuality

Why It Matters: Rethinking Victim Assistance for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Victims of Hate Violence & Intimate Partner Violence

 Prevention 

Annotated bibliography Bystander Prevention

Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Resource List

Engaging Bystanders in Sexual Violence Prevention by Joan Tabachnick

Online Prevention Program Clearinghouse

Training Boosts Bystander Confidence in Preventing Interpersonal Violence on College Campuses Study

Tools and Resources

Capptivation App

Catharsis Productions Prevention Program

Circle of 6 App

Culture of Respect

Life, Reinvented: A Guide to Healing from Sexual Trauma for Survivors and Loved Ones

Not Marked: Finding Hope and Healing after Sexual Abuse

The Aspire News App

The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma

The PTSD Workbook for Teens: Simple, Effective Skills for Healing Trauma

The PTSD Workbook: Simple, Effective Techniques for Overcoming Traumatic Stress Symptoms

The Sexual Trauma Workbook for Teen Girls: A Guide to Recover from Sexual Assault and Abuse

U of Nine App

A Technical Package to Prevent Sexual Violence

Online Training Only is Ineffective

Safety and Compliance Solutions, Safe Colleges

Effectively Interviewing Domestic Violence / Sexual Assault Offenders - NY State Division of Criminal Justice Services

Project IX Prevention Education

Questions to Ask When Considering Sexual and Relationship Violence and Stalking Prevention Products

Sample Mediator Ground Rules

Web-Based Incident Management & Prevention Tools

Stop Sexual Assault in Our Schools: On Point Talk

Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation

AAU Campus Activities Report: Combating Sexual Assault and Misconduct

News and Whitepapers

2015 ATIXA Victim Advocates Position Statement

2015 November Congressional Bills Position Statement

2015 ATIXA Position Statement Concealed Carry

2015 Title IX Protection for Gender Identity

ATIXA Transcript Notation

Not Alone Protecting Students from Sexual Assault from the White House

50 Actual Facts About Rape by Soraya Chemaly

The College Rape Overcorrection

Accused College Rapists Have Rights, Too by Judith Shulevitz

Suits From the Accused by Jake New

‘Accused is Guilty’: Campus Rape Tribunals Punish Without Proof, Critics Say from FoxNews

Campus Rape Hysteria Has No Use for Due Process by Scott Greer

The Man Who Defends Men Accused of Campus Rape by Jessica Roy

How Many Male College Students Have Been Unfairly Charged With Rape?

Mothers of Sons Falsely Accused of Rape Hammer Congressman Who Called for Expulsion of Innocents

The Other Side of the College Sexual Assault Crisis by Max Kutner

The New Standard for Campus Sexual Assault: Guilty Until Proven Innocent

University Training Programs Can Misinform, Fail to Protect by Jackie Farmer

Going on Offense With Title IX by Allie Grasgreen

Yes, False Accusations Destroy Lives by Ashe Schow

False Accusations Make Victims of Us All

More Men Fight College Allegations of Sexual Assault by Ashby Jones

What Experts Know About Men Who Rape

CAPPA Position Statement on Title IX

Allegheny College Settles With Student Peer Says Was Accused In Revenge For Not Dating Girl He Slept With

Free Expression, Liberal Education, and Inclusive Excellence,

Popular Media

Brave New Voices “Rape Joke”

Brave New Voices “Somewhere In America”

Poetry Slam Inc “Say No”

One Year After ‘Rolling Stone’s Disastrous “A Rape On Campus,” Here’s How University Of Virginia Classrooms Have Changed by Christine Stoddard

What ‘Affirmative Consent’ Actually Means

Hooking Up When You’re an Anti-Rape Activist

15 Things That Definitely Aren’t Consent from BuzzFeed

How Do You Ask For Consent? from BuzzFeed

Oh Yes Means Yes: The Joy of Affirmative Consent by Ann Friedman

Police Told a Woman to Report Her Rape, Then Arrested Her by Prachi Gupta

Girl in the Woods, by Aspen Matis Tells of Dropping Out of College to Hike from Mexico to Canada by Prachi Gupta

Margaret Cho Sings for Rape Victims: “I Want to Kill My Rapist” by Prachi Gupta

It’s On Us: One Thing

It’s On Us: Sexual Assault PSA

New Domestic Violence PSA – “It Rarely Stops”

Project Not Asking for It 

Consent: It’s As Simple As Tea 

Wanna Have Consent 101

What If Bears Killed One in Five People

Baby It’s Cold Outside

Consent 101 from Planned Parenthood

6 creepy sentences that I wish always had these surprise endings by Upworthy

A University Sent Out A ‘Rape Prevention’ Email Following A Sexual Assault On Campus. I’m Impressed. By Upworthy

Consent Explained By A Porn Star from BuzzFeed

Lady Gaga – Til It Happens To You

Consent Is Apparently “Bae” at Columbia University by Prachi Gupta

Stop Sexual Assault in Our Schools: On Point Talk

Hiring and Employment

Guidance for Hiring, Training, and Supporting Community Prevention Practitioners

Sample Job Description

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Guidance for Hiring, Training, and Supporting Community Prevention Practitioners

Sample Job Description

What Is a Victim Advocate?

How To Become A Victim Advocate