Reciprocal Advancement – Building Linkages Between Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault


The California Coalition Against Sexual Assault is thrilled to unveil our latest research report, “Reciprocal Advancement – Building Linkages Between Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault”Screenshot 2015-03-10 10.22.11

Over the past year, CALCASA has led an initiative to examine existing literature, research and practical applications linking the fields of domestic violence and sexual assault. This report in highlights a training framework to create new opportunities for investment in policies, fund development, direct services, awareness building, and prevention efforts that raise the profile of both issues.

NO MORE Week is the perfect opportunity to provide our members and nationals partners with this first-of-its-kind research! We hope this report will help curate a national conversation on how the the fields of domestic violence and sexual assault are “linked-yet-distinct” and highlight the opportunities to partner, collaborate, and better serve survivors.

Stay tuned for more updates from CALCASA and California Says NO MORE during NO MORE Week! Don’t forget to share how you say “NO MORE” and add your picture to our Gallery.

Shaina Brown

Shaina Brown is responsible for managing strategic communications and providing analysis on legislative issues related to sexual violence. Shaina has a background in public affairs, media relations and grant management. Shaina joined the movement to end sexual violence in 2009, serving as a volunteer for Jeans 4 Justice, a San Diego based social change organization.

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