Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence
The Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence is a New England-based organization that conducts outreach, education, violence prevention, counseling, and adovocacy programming aimed at ending domestic violence. Their resources are specifically directed toward Asian families, providing much-needed multicultural and multilingual programs and information.
California Sexual Harassment Attorneys
Crisis Connection, Inc.
Professional, comprehensive and free advocacy services in rural southwest Indiana, on behalf of survivors of domestic and sexual violence: stalking, harassment, domestic violence, bullying, sexual violence, child molestation.
Crisis Management International
A network of crisis management specialists, CMI is dedicated to helping organizations worldwide prepare for and respond to crises and threatening situations. Check out their extensive links section, including those on domestic violence.
FAIR Fund is an international organization that engages and supports young women's activism to prevent gender-based violence. FAIR Fund also supports programs to address human trafficking in the United States and abroad. The Campus Coalition Against Trafficking and the Dru Campaign both are geared to support campus activism.
Global Alliance Against Trafficking in Women
This organization's mission is "to ensure that the human rights of trafficked persons are respected and protected by authorities and agencies. Our strategy is to promote the involvement of grassroots women in all work against trafficking in persons to ensure that any work done addresses the real problems. We work to empower women rather than treat them as victims." Their site contains information on current international and national laws on trafficking as well as action information and statistics.
Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community
This Institute's mission is to provide an interdisciplinary vehicle and forum by which scholars, practitioners, and observers of family violence in the African American community will have the continual opportunity to articulate their perspective on family violence through research findings, the examination of service delivery and intervention mechanisms, and the identification of appropriate and effective responses to prevent/reduce family violence in the African American community.
Men Stopping Violence
Men Stopping Violence is a social change organization dedicated to ending men's violence against women.
Minnesota Higher Education Center Against Violence & Abuse
This Electronic Clearinghouse contains information and links on many issues, teaching resources, upcoming conferences, papers online, and global concerns of peace and human rights. Easy to get around and rather extensive, the site is very resourceful for those looking to do their own research on a particular issue. Do not miss the stimulating and impressive Kids Gallery of pictures or the inspirational prose and poetry.
National Center for Victims of Crime
This organization offers resources and information for victims of crime--from domestic violence to hate crimes to sexual assault--as well as for service providers. Get the latest information on related legislation, public policy, and litigation, or browse the Center's free online library. This site is highly reccommended by FMF's National Center for Women and Policing.
Sexual Harassment Internet Resources
Some of the best Internet Resources on the topic, including information for employers.
Stalking Help, an organization based at the University of Texas, is an information resource center for the victims of stalking. The site includes general definitions of stalking behavior, as well as specific legal information for the state of Texas. Check with a legal expert before acting on advice from the site, as legal statutes often change. Department of Psychology The University of Texas, Austin Austin, TX 78712-1189 (512) 471-0506 email@example.com
Stopping Violence Against Women in Pakistan
I recently made a website dedicated to stopping violence against women in Pakistan. I hope that you will somehow incorporate my site into yours. Please try to get the word out about this site so that people can go there and discuss issues and also send a letter to the president of Pakistan. There will be discussion, pettitions and ways that people can take action to reduce the ammount of violence against women.
The Center for Community Solutions
V-Day, the movement sparked by Eve Ensler's "The Vagina Monologues," is dedicated to the end of violence against women and girls.
VictimPower.org is designed to encourage victims to report abuse while protecting their anonymity until they are ready to come forward. Unlike confidential tip lines, VictimPower.org sets up an anonymous
two-way communication between law enforcement and the victim, allowing
the victim to tell his/her story fully and find out what law enforcement
will do with the information given.
VictimPower completely protects the victim's anonymity from computer hackers and overzealous prosecutors.
WEAVE -- Women Escaping a Violent Environment
WEAVE is a non profit agency specializing in domestic violence, sexual assault prevention, and victim assistance.
Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault
The Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault (WCASA) is a statewide coalition of individual, affiliate, and sexual assault service
Our mission is to create the social change necessary to end sexual violence.
WCASA is committed to effecting changes in policies, in systems, and in society with the goals of improving services for victims/survivors of sexual assault and ending sexual violence. These goals are reflected in the initiatives and programs supported and driven by WCASA.
Women's Justice Center
Fully bilingual, its mission is to provide advocacy, free of charge, for victims of rape, domestic violence, and child abuse, particularly in the Latina and other under served communities of Sonoma County. To provide advocacy training and community education. To coordinate the Task Force on Women in Policing with the goal of increasing the number of women and minorities in our law enforcement agencies. To commit to equal justice for all women and girls.
Performance artist Nancy Hulse operates this website, which offers resources and forums on domestic violence, as well as information about Hulse's multi-media educational shows, called "That Ain't No Way to Treat a Lady" and "A Rose by Any Other Name." A good resource for schools, organizations, or communities seeking an educational presentation and format to discuss violence against women.