CDC releases 2015 data on intimate partner and sexual violence

This is an original blog post from PreventConnect Today, CDC’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control has released a report brief highlighting National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS) data from 2015. The 2015 report brief shows the prevalence of sexual violence, stalking, and intimate partner violence. It contains similar findings to previous NISVS data [...]

CALCASA Honors the Leadership of Anna Isaacson and the National Footbal League

Founded in 2015,  Raliance is a national partnership committed to ending sexual violence in one generation. What most people don’t know is that Anna Isaacson, NFL’s Senior Vice President of Social Responsibility,  played a key role in forming Raliance. A recent article in Ozy She Was Handpicked by the NFL Commish to Help the League [...]

Navigating through VAWA Confidentiality Protections to Enhance Safety for Immigrant Survivors

Disclaimer: This series is for Cal OES funded Rape Crisis Center Programs Only Navigating through VAWA Confidentiality Protections to Enhance Safety for Immigrant Survivors May 29, 2018 This webinar will provide an in-depth look into VAWA confidentiality provisions and how to best utilize these statutory protections to keep immigrant survivors safe by protecting their information [...]

Expanding the Movement: Working with Survivors Behind Bars

Disclaimer: This series is for Cal OES funded Rape Crisis Center Programs Only Expanding the Movement: Working with Survivors Behind Bars May 31, 2018 The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) was signed into law in 2003 after years of hard work from advocates and survivors. The ultimate purpose of PREA is to make detention facilities [...]

¡Ya Basta! Invest in Prevention Now! Denim Day 2018 at the California State Capitol

  On April 25, 2018 CALCASA hosted Denim Day at the California State Capitol South Steps. We started off the rally together with the voices of the SEIU United Service Workers West, a group of promotoras, leaders, and survivors of sexual violence. This group of women are leading a national movement to to prevent harassment, [...]

CALCASA co-hosts Washington DC briefing on low-paid workers and sexual violence

On April 24, 2018, CALCASA organized and co-hosted Beyond the Hashtag: Low Paid Workers and Sexual Violence. Together with national sponsors, Casa de Esperanza, Futures Without Violence, Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence, and National Alliance to End Sexual Violence, panels on farm worker and janitorial worker survivor-leadership were shared with advocates and given expert [...]

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