There are more than 2 million survivors of rape living in California.
The long-term empowerment of survivors requires a foundation for them to be their own voice.
Promoting the norms and behaviors that we want to see.
Supporting policies that encourage system changes to aid survivors.
School may be out for the summer, but the issue of campus sexual assault is very much on the minds of Americans. On Wednesday, Senator Claire McCaskill released a report that exposes a system that is failing to investigate sexual assaults on campus and faculty and staff that are untrained and ill-equipped to respond to [...]Read More
This Spring, I set out to study women’s experiences working with men in the movement to end violence against women. A multiple case study, the resulting paper, Hiring and engaging men to prevent violence against women: Pitfalls, perils, and promise explains that I found quite interesting results. My main question: How, can the movement to end violence against [...]Read More
For reasons both personal and professional I have been having a lot of RPE program development conversations as of late. There are so many factors that come into play when planning and developing a program. The program development process can examine and evaluate various and sundry theories of change, risk and protective factors, promising practices, [...]Read More
On Tuesday August 27, 2013 Alexis Marbach from the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence led a training for California RPE grantees. The training, entitled “Logic Models for Prevention Programming II” explored the basics of creating logic models for prevention programming. The materials from that training can be found here:
Training [...]Read More
July 23, 2013
2:00 - 3:30 pm
Hosts: Abby Sims and David Lee, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Presenter: Alexis Marbach, MPH, Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence
This web conference provided the basics on developing logic models for prevention programs. Attending this web conference (or watching a recording) is required for the August Logic Model Training (see below [...]Read More
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