an Interview with Sean Black, Communications Coordinator, Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault and conducted by Kendra Malone, Information & Technical Assistance Specialist, Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault December 18th, 2012
1. Why evaluate programs?
The following packet includes resources from the Vera Institute for Justice including: Meeting Guidelines, Event Analysis and Key Questions, Accessibility Guidelines for Presentations, and Contracting with the Hotel and Sample Language.
Across the country a wave of executive transition is (or will soon be) having an impact on local programs and state coalitions. This report from Compass Point, Ready to Lead? Next Generation Leaders Speak Out, focuses more broadly on this trend in the nonprofit sector, and includes some... more
Recorded May 19, 2015
Join us for an interactive webinar, with guest presenter Eric Stiles from NSVRC, outlining how agencies that provide sexual assault services can increase community involvement in rural areas. This webinar provides concrete strategies and resources for advocates to connect... more
There are many different kinds of learning that coalitions provide their member programs and allied professionals. Some learning about issues related to sexual violence is best done in a facilitated conversation. A facilitated conversation is simply a discussion on a specific topic that is... more
Facilitation is an important skill for sexual assault coalition trainers to develop in order to create inclusive and accessible learning environments. This is true for trainings that take place in person and online. In this paper, we look at what skills and considerations are unique to online... more
This guide was developed from the “Rural Sexual Assault Crisis and Support Line Roundtable” hosted in Phoenix, AZ in June 2018. This roundtable brought together 20 rural advocates and program directors from across the country to discuss strong helpline services in rural communities. Over the... more
Sexual Assault Coalitions came together in Phoenix, Arizona on December 5 - 6, 2017 to discuss how we invest our time, what systems we invest in, and what we feel, as a Movement, ready to divest from.
These conversations were convened by the RSP and a general facilitator guide was created based on... more
Sexual Assault Coalition Executive Directors came together in Atlanta, Georgia on March 22-23, 2018 to discuss the importance of engaging in open and honest dialogue to strengthen our organizations, our systems relationships, and our Movement.
These conversations were convened by the RSP and a... more
Congressional legislators are developing policies and proposals to address the economic impacts of COVID-19-related business closures and unexpected expenses.
COVID 2: Families First Coronavirus Response Act