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Sexual Harassment Prevention & Response Program in RestaurantsCoalition for Restaurant Safety & Health Visit Website R4 2019-2020 ($40,000)
Coalition for Restaurant Safety & Health in Philadelphia, PA focuses on the service industry to prevent and respond to sexual harassment in Philadelphia restaurants through training,...
Reducing Harassment in Sporting Institutions by Testing and Scaling Bystander InterventionHollaback! Visit Website R4 2019-2020 ($50,000 )
Hollaback! in Brooklyn, NY will create, deliver, and evaluate bystander intervention trainings within New York City sporting organizations and workforces.
Building Leaders to Keep Children Safe in Communities of Color Using Indigenous Circle processVisioning BEAR Circle Intertribal Coalition Visit Website R4 2019-2020 ($50,000)
Visioning BEAR Circle Intertribal Coalition in Greenfield, MA will expand prevention work to keep children safe using indigenous circle process in both Tribal and Housing and Urban Development...
Creating Different ConditionsMen As Peacemakers / Men and Masculine Folks Network Visit Website R3 2018-2019 ($50,000)
Project will create, launch, and distribute community and statewide a series of nine culturally specific sexual violence prevention videos for each of our target racial/ethnic communities in...
Preventing Sexual Abuse in Disability-Specific Sports OrganizationsIMPACT Visit Website R3 2018-2019 ($50,000)
Develop sexual abuse prevention programming and model policies for adaptive sports organizations that addresses the unique realities of athletic organizations for people with disabilities.
"Jangueo con Sentido" Hanging out with sense, hanging out with consentCoordinadora Paz para la Mujer Visit Website R3 2018-2019 ($50,000)
The Jangueo con Sentido project (or Hanging-out with Sense, Hanging-out with Consent) will advance the efforts to create respectful and healthy college environments on campuses as well as in...
Tewa Women United: Men for Positive Male Role Modeling in SportsTewa Women United Visit Website R2 2017-2018 ($50,000)
Tewa Women United in Española, NM leveraged their collective intertribal women’s voice in the Tewa homelands of Northern New Mexico to initiate a project in the Espanola-Pojoaque Valley to engage...
Huddle Up to End Gender ViolenceInstitute for Sport and Social Justice (ISSJ) Visit Website R2 2017-2018 ($47,660)
Institute for Sport and Social Justice (ISSJ) in Orlando, FL delivered an organizational, systemic, and community-level prevention strategy designed to empower high school and intercollegiate...
Athletes UnitedCSUN Foundation / The University Corporation dba Strength United Visit Website R2 2017-2018 ($50,000)
Strength United in Northridge, CA was embedded across a community college system and within select colleges and athletic departments to conduct activities that reduce perpetration of sexual...
Working on Racial Justice Across Sexual Violence and Domestic Violence CoalitionsWashington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence Visit Website R1 2016-2017 ($39,877)
Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence in Seattle, WA leveraged the expertise of 6 sexual assault and domestic violence coalitions (CA, IA, and WA) to strengthen the social change...
Athletes As LeadersHarborview Center for Sexual Assault / University of Washington Foundation Visit Website R1 2016-2017 ($50,000)
Harborview Center for Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress in Seattle, WA developed, implemented, and evaluated a girls’ athletic leadership program as part of a comprehensive school-wide sexual...
On the Road to 5k: Coaching Boys into Men ProjectUniversity of Northern Iowa Center for Violence Prevention Visit Website R1 2016-2017 ($46,564)
The Center for Violence Prevention at the University of Northern Iowa project involved infusion of the Coaching Boys into Men® program in secondary schools across Iowa by conducting ten regional...
The Life Healing ProjectSan Francisco Women Against Rape Visit Website R1 2016-2017 ($50,000)
San Francisco Women Against Rape in San Francisco, CA, in conjunction with the Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project, expanded the Life Healing Project which uses popular education and the art...
MAKE YOUR MOVE: Bar Workshop and Consent Social Marketing CampaignMontana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence Visit Website R1 2016-2017 ($49,739)
Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence in Helena, MT partnered with MAKE YOUR MOVE | End Sexual Violence to develop resources on promoting healthy sexual behavior that fosters...
Native Survivor Support ProjectMinnesota Indian Women's Resource Center Visit Website R1 2016-2017 ($49,207)
Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center in Minneapolis, MN created a series of Survivor Support Project activities to contribute to greater understanding of the Native sexual violence survivor...
IMPACT (Athletics. Equality. Change.)Men As Peacemakers Visit Website R1 2016-2017 ($50,000)
Men As Peacemakers in Duluth, MN expanded its IMPACT Program (Athletics. Equality. Change.). They published an IMPACT Implementation Manual to assist decision-makers in effectively incorporating...
Sexual Violence Prevention ProjectGuam Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Family Violence Visit Website R1 2016-2017 ($39,658 )
Guam Coalition Against Sexual Assault & Family Violence in Hagatna, Guam expanded mandated comprehensive age-appropriate sexual abuse prevention curriculum into private school settings....
Original design by project participants such as film, photography display, narrative piece, etc
Includes materials for train the trainers or other training element. This may include illustrative artwork to be used within curriculums or in conjunction with trainings.
Resources in languages other than English
PowerPoints or recorded webinar
A video creating public awareness about an organization’s expertise, resources or a program
Reports including literature reviews, IRBs, white papers, and guidelines
Includes hard-copy printable brochures, flyers or other short resource information such as one-pagers or handouts, fact sheets, posters or items seen in a ‘toolkit’ such as templates.
This includes policies within organizations that address the organizational culture and practices to prevent SV/DV by both reducing risks and uplifting protective factors. It may also include strengthening policies within organizations, suggesting changes to public policy, offering public policy recommendations.
Formal or information partnerships to collaborate to align messages, activism, education, and policies and practices as a means to raise community awareness and strengthen the collective impact of SV/DV prevention. Through partnerships, develop a ‘coordinated community response’ that engages multi-layered action, cooperation, and solidarity around a shared goal or purpose. This may include coordinating and enhancing existing partnerships.
Also called Communities of Practice, engaging in collective learning through convening or joining meetings, committees, conferences, etc. at national, state or regional, or local levels, and explore shared resources (ex. money, programming, messaging) and strategies to leverage SV/DV prevention efforts.
Intentional support and development of individuals and leaders in the community who model and advocate for SV/DV prevention.
Providing materials (ex. handouts, posters), services (ex. academic advisors, hotline numbers), financial support (ex. money set aside for SV/DV prevention work), time (ex. setting specific times throughout the year to directly talk about SV/DV and how to prevent it), or other assets (ex. connect to other community SV/DV prevention efforts) that address and prevent SV/DV.
Educate & Train
Formal educational programs and trainings (e.g., webinars, keynote speeches, in person trainings) and informal education (ex. team meetings, off the field mentoring) that focus on two components: 1) responding to SV/DV and 2) prevention SV/DV.
Formal evaluation (ex. surveys) of the outcomes of SV/DV prevention strategies (policies, resources, programs) to provide data that shows evidence of change. This also includes informal evaluation (ex. participant feedback, focus groups) of the outcomes of SV/DV prevention strategies.
Specific planned campaigns, pledges, print/posters or multi-media, and social media share graphics that aim to raise awareness about SV/DV and/or how to prevent it in order to mobilize for a purpose/action; may also include engaging national/state media platforms effectively to increase awareness/empower a wider-audience to action.