RALIANCE’s Annual Progress Report Out Now


“Prevention is possible. Survivor’s voices are powerful. Together, we will end sexual violence.”

This year brought sexual violence, harassment, and harm to the center of our national conversations and media, thanks to the #MeToo movement and the strength and resiliency of survivors sharing their stories and seeking accountability for perpetrators. RALIANCE‘s newest publication Ending Sexual Violence in One Generation: A progress report for the United States 2018 summarizes this eventful year and explores implications for future prevention efforts. 

The report highlights key moments from the past year across many sectors, including #MeToo advocacy and activism, media, government leadership and policy, prevention, and institutional engagement. Prevention advancements of the last year include bystander empowerment, early intervention for adolescents with problematic sexual behaviors, and promoting healthy masculinities, such as the work Black Women’s Blueprint shared on a recent web conference with CALCASA’s national project PreventConnect. The report also highlights CALCASA’s Cost and Consequences of Sexual Violence in California report.

The impacts of this year continue to reverberate through our communities. Heading into a new year full of its own challenges and successes, we must continue changing the conversation about sexual violence to one that supports survivors and centers prevention.

To read Ending Sexual Violence in Once Generation: A progress report for the United States 2018, click on this link.

Training & Technical Assistance Specialist, Prevention Tori first became involved in sexual violence prevention through her senior capstone project at the University of Montana. Her and her colleagues with the Franke Global Leadership Initiative developed a sexual consent education curriculum for youth in Missoula, MT. She brought her commitment to sexual violence prevention and community health to her Master’s of Public Health program at Oregon State University, where she also served as a graduate assistant for sexual health and healthy sexuality promotion programs. Tori worked as an intern with the Oregon Sexual Assault Task Force where she helped develop a planning, implementation, evaluation, and sustainability guide for sexual violence prevention for Oregon colleges and universities. Tori is thrilled to continue using her skills, education, and passion to prevent sexual violence and create safer communities through her work at CALCASA.

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