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By on December 16, 2022

Top 5 Blogs of 2022

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Here are the Top 5 performing PreventConnect blogs in 2022. 

Messaging Prevention – New Resources from the Field

In this Blog Article, PreventConnect highlighted new resources from the field, which aim to help clearly and concisely message prevention strategies to engage stakeholders, partners and community members across sectors. This article highlights resources from North Carolina, Ohio, Florida, and California that offer tools and guidance for practitioners engaging in work supporting economic justice, LGBTQ+ inclusion and social-emotional learning/ anti-oppression. 

Read the full article here. 

Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2022 Theme

In this Blog Article, PreventConnect previewed the National Sexual Violence Resource’s Campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Building Safe Online Spaces Together, as well as their virtual activities planned for SAAM and beyond.

Read the full article here. 

New National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS) Report

In this Blog Article, PreventConnect translated The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey: 2016/2017 Report on Sexual Violence, which was released in June. The report summarizes the prevalence of sexual violence in the United States. Understanding the prevalence of sexual violence is critical for sexual violence prevention efforts. This article highlighted key data trends and messaging points from the report. 

Read the full article, here.

New Downloadable Content: Health Equity Approaches to Prevention Resources

In this Blog Article, PreventConnect highlighted a new resource guide of tools and resources to build knowledge, skills, and capacity for health equity approaches to sexual and intimate partner violence prevention. The collection includes links to publications, web conference recordings, blogs, podcasts, and videos from PreventConnect, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, Prevention Institute, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, the American Public Health Association, and more. Many of the resources feature the work of CDC-funded RPE and DELTA Impact recipients, and stories and lessons from movement leaders, local organizers, and activists.

Read the full article, with a link to the guide here. 

Reflections on the History of the Anti-Violence Movement

In this Blog Article, David Lee, Deputy director of Valor.US, reflects on how the anti-violence field has changed over his 40-year career. The article highlights the publication Reflections, research, and implications of decades of activism by educators to create a movement to address sexual harassment in K-12 schools in the United States, which tells the history of the social movement of educators and researchers who worked to address and prevent sexual harassment in K-12 schools.

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