Recorded March 24th, 2015
The variety of services that support healing for sexual assault survivors are expansive and sometimes look different than what we think of as traditional services. This webinar is for rural advocates who are interested in learning and sharing about advocacy for sexual... more
This conversation with three Technical Assistance Providers reflects on how to both personally and organizationally, regularly build new skills in order to build new practices that are embedded with a deep commitment to unlearning and disrupting all forms of oppression—and very specifically... more
Anti-racism work is an ongoing, everyday process of active allyship, listening and learning. In that spirit, the Resource Sharing Project provides a round-up of some of our favorite resources to aid in your journey to undo racism in your coalition and community. Anti-racism work is an integral... more
How do coalitions decide when to say yes to a new opportunity for partnership? Sexual assault coalitions and local programs are often approached to endorse new resources, legislation, research projects, campaigns, and more and it can be confusing and time consuming to create an assessment... more
Sexual assault coalitions are responsible for maintaining a high level of ethical and legal standards. These standards come from a variety of institutions, including the Internal Revenue Service, the Office of the Comptroller at the U.S. Department Of Justice, and others.
This is an assessment tool for determining agency mission and purpose; selecting, supporting, and supervising the executive director; planning for the organization's development; ensuring and managing adequate resources; determining and monitoring the agency's programs and services; enhancing the... more