Violence

Re:Gender Resources

  • Anti Violence Against Women Plan of Action
     Violence against women and girls is one of the most intractable and complex issues on...

  • NCRW Fact Sheet: Ending Violence Against Women--An Imperative for a Healthy Nation
    Ending violence against women should become a national imperative. Policies and laws need to be...

  • NCRW Fact Sheet: Under the Radar--Immigrant Women and Violence
    Violence against immigrant women is nearly impossible to estimate with any precision. Immigration...

  • NCRW Fact Sheet: Women and Immigrant Rights
    Unlike immigrant men, immigrant women are often caught in a double bind and suffer abuse and...

  • NCRW Policy Brief: Violence
    Ending violence against women needs to become a national priority. A safe society for women and...

Reports & Publications

Member Organizations

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Blog Posts

Let’s try something. What’s the first word that comes to mind when you hear “gun violence”? OK, what’s the second?...
Shyama Venkateswar, Ph.D., Director of Research and Programs, was interviewed by Pasadena public radio KPCC on March 19th. AirTalk host Larry Mantle...
October is Domestic Violence month--a month to recognize not only the disturbing prevalance of domestic violence but also the strength we have to...
By Allie Bohm*As a colleague recently reminded me, our system of government was developed not to pass laws, but to make change slowly. Take, for...

News

  • November 20, 2010

    Colorlines: The number of people who are killed due to their sexual orientation or identity is overwhelming, but even more so, when you realize that the majority of them are people of color and transgender women.  


  • A cross-national analysis of physical intimate partner violence against women
    November 18, 2010

    International Journal of Comparative Sociology: A new study examines physical intimate partner violence in 40 developed and less developed countriesand analyzes what causes increases and decreases in the violence.


  • October 28, 2010

    Colorlines: This month, President Obama launched a new set of initiatives for domestic violence survivors, while Colorlines editors remind us that the economy and intimate partner violence are intrinsically related, as domestic violence cases have...


  • October 1, 2010

    Anchorage Daily: The University of Alaska Anchorage Justice Center surveyed 871 Alaska adult women in the first survey of Alaska women about sexual assault and domestic violence. The survey returned much higher numbers than those based on crimes...


  • September 17, 2010

    Violence Policy Center: A new report details a state-by-state comparison of the number of women murdered by men with Nevada ranking first in the nation, with a rate of 2.96 victims per 100,000 women. Ranked behind Nevada were: #2 Vermont, #3 Alabama...