View RALIANCE's reports + toolkits below.
Ending sexual violence in one generation requires understanding the problem and identifying the solutions to improve cultures and create environments free from sexual harassment, misconduct and abuse. These reports and toolkits from RALIANCE highlight how we will rally together.
Taxonomy & Transparency Workshop Update: The Importance of Consistent Application and Classification
This document is a follow-up to a Taxonomy & Transparency Workshop hosted on March 5, 2019, in San Francisco, California,
(May 2019) Sacramento, CA – A new study released today by University of California San Diego School of Medicine’s Center
(April 2019) Newly released 2019 findings confirmed much of what we knew from our 2018 survey — sexual harassment occurs
(February 2019) RALIANCE’s infographic based on a 2018 online survey by the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence of rape
(December 2018) Every year, RALIANCE chronicles the significant themes, milestones, and events related to efforts to end sexual harassment, misconduct,
This report describes the work of a joint report between RALIANCE and the Urban Institute, in which a team of
(August 2018) What will it take to reframe sexual violence to focus on prevention? We embarked on this project with the
(July 2018) RALIANCE and GEH publish paper of recommendations for research and evaluation in sport and gender-based violence. Early this