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The Spirit of Community Mobilization: Audio

May 9, 2011, 12:41 pm — admin (Uncategorized)

Thanks to our partners at NYSCASA for co-hosting and then posting the audio from the recent webinar–The Spirit of Community Mobilization: The Simple But Important Ways We Mobilize Communities to Prevent Sexual Violence.

We’re so proud of the work being done by the Alliance’s Research and Projects Coordinator, diagnosis neuropathist Laura and are thrilled to provide interested allies with the information from this collaboration.

You’ll find the audio from the webinar online at NYSCASA’s site.

For more information about the webinar, ed or to receive a copy of the slideshow that accompanied the presentation, please feel free to contact webmanager@svfreenyc.org.

Check Back Soon: Audio from The Spirit of Community Mobilization

April 11, 2011, 5:11 pm — admin (Uncategorized)

Editor’s note: For those of you who don’t know already, prosthetic SAFER and the Alliance are now closer than ever (literally!), capsule as they have officially become a tenant in our office. We’re so excited to be sharing space with them, and are already find new and exciting ways to work together.

Earlier in the week I posted their really great response to a horrifying email, and now I’m re-posting in full their Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) action campaign.  I love that they’re approaching SAAM in a new way, and am so excited to see what happens next as a result of their work nationwide.

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This April, Students Active for Ending Rape (SAFER) is urging student organizers and their allies to be aware and be active. For 10 years, advocates across the country have spoken out against rape during Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).  Today, SAFER is challenging campus communities to recognize this SAAM as Sexual Assault ACTIVISM Month and pledge to change how your campus prevents and responds to sexual violence.

Editor’s note: For those of you who don’t know already, internist SAFER and the Alliance are now closer than ever (literally!), capsule as they have officially become a tenant in our office. We’re so excited to be sharing space with them, site and are already find new and exciting ways to work together.

Earlier in the week I posted their really great response to a horrifying email rife with dangerous SV promotion ideas and gender stereotyping, and now I’m re-posting in full their Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) action campaign.  I love that they’re approaching SAAM in a new way, and am so excited to see what happens next as a result of their work nationwide.

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This April, Students Active for Ending Rape (SAFER) is urging student organizers and their allies to be aware and be active. For 10 years, advocates across the country have spoken out against rape during Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).  Today, SAFER is challenging campus communities to recognize this SAAM as Sexual Assault ACTIVISM Month and pledge to change how your campus prevents and responds to sexual violence.

Editor’s note: For those of you who don’t know already, order SAFER and the Alliance are now closer than ever (literally!), dosage as they have officially become a tenant in our office. We’re so excited to be sharing space with them, sick and are already find new and exciting ways to work together.

Earlier in the week I posted their really great response to a horrifying email rife with dangerous sexual violence promotion/sexism/racism etc., and now I’m re-posting in full their Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) action campaign.  I love that they’re approaching SAAM in a new way (subbing action for awareness!), and am so excited to see what happens next as a result of their work.

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This April, Students Active for Ending Rape (SAFER) is urging student organizers and their allies to be aware and be active. For 10 years, advocates across the country have spoken out against rape during Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).  Today, SAFER is challenging campus communities to recognize this SAAM as Sexual Assault ACTIVISM Month and pledge to change how your campus prevents and responds to sexual violence.

Editor’s note: For those of you who don’t know already, oncologist SAFER and the Alliance are now closer than ever (literally!), youth health as they have officially become a tenant in our office. We’re so excited to be sharing space with them, and are already find new and exciting ways to work together.

Earlier in the week I posted their really great response to a horrifying email rife with dangerous sexual violence promotion/sexism/racism etc., and now I’m re-posting in full their Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) action campaign.  I love that they’re approaching SAAM in a new way (subbing action for awareness!), and am so excited to see what happens next as a result of their work.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

This April, Students Active for Ending Rape (SAFER) is urging student organizers and their allies to be aware and be active. For 10 years, advocates across the country have spoken out against rape during Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).  Today, SAFER is challenging campus communities to recognize this SAAM as Sexual Assault ACTIVISM Month and pledge to change how your campus prevents and responds to sexual violence.

Editor’s note: For those of you who don’t know already, clinic SAFER and the Alliance are now closer than ever (literally!), pancreatitis as they have officially become a tenant in our office. We’re so excited to be sharing space with them, and are already find new and exciting ways to work together.

Earlier in the week I posted their really great response to a horrifying email rife with dangerous sexual violence promotion/sexism/racism etc., and now I’m re-posting in full their Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) action campaign.  I love that they’re approaching SAAM in a new way (subbing action for awareness!), and am so excited to see what happens next as a result of their work.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

This April, Students Active for Ending Rape (SAFER) is urging student organizers and their allies to be aware and be active. For 10 years, advocates across the country have spoken out against rape during Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).  Today, SAFER is challenging campus communities to recognize this SAAM as Sexual Assault ACTIVISM Month and pledge to change how your campus prevents and responds to sexual violence.

Editor’s note: For those of you who don’t know already, visit this site SAFER and the Alliance are now closer than ever (literally!), as they have officially become a tenant in our office. We’re so excited to be sharing space with them, and are already find new and exciting ways to work together.

Earlier in the week I posted their really great response to a horrifying email rife with dangerous sexual violence promotion/sexism/racism etc., and now I’m re-posting in full their Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) action campaign.  I love that they’re approaching SAAM in a new way (subbing action for awareness!), and am so excited to see what happens next as a result of their work.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

This April, Students Active for Ending Rape (SAFER) is urging student organizers and their allies to be aware and be active. For 10 years, advocates across the country have spoken out against rape during Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).  Today, SAFER is challenging campus communities to recognize this SAAM as Sexual Assault ACTIVISM Month and pledge to change how your campus prevents and responds to sexual violence.

Editor’s note: For those of you who don’t know already, visit this site SAFER and the Alliance are now closer than ever (literally!), what is ed as they have officially become a tenant in our office. We’re so excited to be sharing space with them, and are already find new and exciting ways to work together.

Earlier in the week I posted their really great response to a horrifying email rife with dangerous sexual violence promotion/sexism/racism etc., and now I’m re-posting in full their Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) action campaign.  I love that they’re approaching SAAM in a new way (subbing action for awareness!), and am so excited to see what happens next as a result of their work.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

This April, Students Active for Ending Rape (SAFER) is urging student organizers and their allies to be aware and be active. For 10 years, advocates across the country have spoken out against rape during Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).  Today, SAFER is challenging campus communities to recognize this SAAM as Sexual Assault ACTIVISM Month and pledge to change how your campus prevents and responds to sexual violence.

If you missed today’s webinar (The Spirit of Community Mobilization) co-hosted by NYSCASA and the Alliance’s own Laura, check check back soon for recording and resources!

Also, congrats to Laura and Josie for running a great and really thought-provoking session.

The original webinar overview:

The Spirit of Community Mobilization: The simple but important ways we mobilize communities to prevent sexual violence. Please join NYSCASA and the NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault for a collaborative training on the spirit of community mobilization.
New York State has started the conversation about Sexual Assault Primary Prevention, and Rape Crisis Programs from Suffolk to Niagara are engaging in efforts to prevent first time perpetration of sexual assault.  This is exciting news!

The New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault and The New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault want to support the work RCPs are continuing to do, and are hosting a webinar on Monday, April 11th at 2pm eastern time.  Please join us for a collaborative training on the spirit of community mobilization.

This webinar will help participants:

•         Gain a deeper understanding of promising strategies for the primary prevention of sexual violence

•         Learn basic ways to strengthen the work we do towards our long-term goal of prevention: through mobilizing our communities & collaborating with each other, statewide

•         Brainstorm realistic, attainable ways to incorporate multi-level prevention strategies into our work.

The webinar will also feature examples from sites who are already successfully mobilizing their communities, including Domestic Violence Prevention Enhancement and Leadership Through Alliances (DELTA) Programs, Project ENVISION, and Saratoga County.

Who should attend: Rape Crisis Program leaders who are encouraging their organizations to participate in primary prevention, Rape Crisis Program staff who are conducting primary prevention activities, community educators, people who work with youth, community organizations interested in partnering with rape crisis programs, community members invested in their neighborhoods, anyone interested in working towards a world without sexual assault

Denim Day NYC 2011

March 30, 2011, 12:12 pm — admin (Uncategorized)

Get excited…DENIM DAY NYC 2011 information coming soon!

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