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Violence Against Asian American Women Is Rooted in More Than Just ‘Hate’

May 10, 2024
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This toolkit encapsulates insights drawn from 15 qualitative interviews with AANHPI survivors of campus gender-based violence, as well as advocates supporting them. Through diverse recruitment methods and stringent selection criteria, the interviews aimed to encompass a wide array of AANHPI experiences. Acknowledging the immense diversity within the AANHPI community, the toolkit distills key themes and recommendations aimed at enhancing resources, services, and policies on college campuses, with...

Queer and Trans Asians and Pacific Islanders: Strengths, Resources, and Barriers for Preventing Domestic Violence-Related Homicides

May 10, 2024
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This report delves into an exploratory qualitative research initiative, the QTAPI Project, which investigates risk and protective factors for preventing domestic violence-related homicides among queer and trans Asians and Pacific Islanders (QTAPIs). Through detailing our research methodology, findings, and insights, we aim to shed light on this crucial issue. Explore the full report by clicking the button below to discover actionable recommendations derived from our learnings. Download Toolkit

How Technology-Facilitated Gender-Based Violence Impacts Women and Girls

April 5, 2024
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Globally, approximately 736 million women — almost one in three — endure violence at least once in their life. The most prevalent form of violence against women globally is intimate partner violence (affecting around 641 million). However, this problem goes beyond interpersonal relationships and reaches into diverse environments, including online platforms. Online violence against women and girls has escalated rapidly in recent years, posing major threats to safety and well-being. Read More

Deepfakes

April 5, 2024
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Deepfakes are AI-generated, realistic content that can be used for extortion and manipulation. While the growing digital world presents room for opportunity and creativity, it has also given a new approach to violence that women are the primary victims of. Learn more about deep fakes, gender-based violence in the digital realm, and how to protect women in the world of AI.

THE WOMEN WHO TOOK A STAND: A LOOK AT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DURING WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH

March 7, 2024
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It is daunting to look at the history of domestic violence world-wide and ask ourselves, “How far have we come?” As a woman who is face to face with the not-too-distant past where the law allowed men to physically abuse their wives and when the church itself openly encouraged husband’s physical abuse of their wives for the woman’s spiritual edification is unsettling and demoralizing. And, yet, especially in honor of Women’s History Month, it is so important to remember and understand...

How to Support Women this Women’s History Month

March 7, 2024
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While people of every age and gender are victims of sexual violence, women are disproportionately at risk: one out of every six American women has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape in her lifetime, according to Justice Department data. Review RAINN’s list of National Resources and learn more about how to support women this month and beyond. Read More

Colleges Still Have No Clue How to Handle Sexual Assault Allegations. I Have an Idea.

March 5, 2024
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The system designed to handle allegations of sexual assault on college campuses is badly broken. Over the past 15 years, the rules have changed dramatically depending on whether a Democrat or a Republican occupies the White House; in March, they will change again. But the fundamental premise is the same: an adversarial system that pits one side against the other. It has been an abject failure. We need to burn the entire structure to the ground and build something radically different. Read More
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