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How might we create research environments that aren’t extractive?

Orbits is a joint initiative of Chayn and End Cyber Abuse, generously supported by Robert Bosch Stiftung, producing a global field guide for survivor-centric interventions to tackle . Employing an intersectional lens, the guide will investigate the nuances of TGBV within different regions and communities, and share principles and good practice case studies to empower […]

The Evidence Hour: Helping without Harming: Educating Mental Health Professionals on Working with Survivors of IPV

Join CVR for the next in our Evidence Hour series, Helping without Harming: Educating Mental Health Professionals on Working with Survivors of IPV. Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a global problem that mental health professionals are guaranteed to encounter. This webinar synthesizes existing literature on how mental health professionals are prepared to support those experiencing IPV […]


Advances in State-level Crime and Victimization Surveys: Lessons from the Oregon Crime Victimization Survey

State and local crime victimization surveys can yield powerful data for estimating the prevalence and incidence of victimization. State-level surveys conducted in recent years, however, have varied considerably in both methodological approach and rigor due in part to the increasing difficulty of surveying households in an era of declining response rates. As a result, a […]


How can we answer important research questions about Adult Protective Services?

From the National Adult Protective Services Association: "Join us for an interactive roundtable discussion on Wednesday, August 25th, to discuss how we can try to answer select questions from the APS Research Agenda (developed in facilitation with the Administration for Community Living, under contract with New Editions Consulting, Inc.). APS researchers and APS program staff […]

Evidence Hour: Confronting School Violence and Victimization

Learn about the results of a large NIJ-funded meta-analysis on the sources of school violence and victimization. This review included various forms of aggression and crime within K-12 schools; and over thirty different individual, school, and community risk and protective factors. Special focus will also be given to the victimization of LGBTQ youth at school. […]


Facilitators of Help-Seeking for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence in the U.S.

A survivor’s decision to engage with formal services for experiences of intimate partner violence (IPV) is influenced by factors at the individual, interpersonal, and sociocultural levels. Understanding the factors that facilitate survivors’ choice to seek services could be beneficial to formal service providers including community agencies, health professionals, and the criminal justice system, providing guidance […]


Symposium: Missing or Murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives

In an effort to find lasting solutions to the public safety challenges Tribal communities encounter and to protect them from violence, abuse, and exploitation, a virtual national symposium on missing or murdered indigenous persons (MMIP) related issues for federal, state, tribal and local stakeholders is being held September 14-16, 2021. This MMIP training will address […]


Sesión Informativa sobre las Políticas y la Labor Investigadora del Centro Para La Vivienda Segura, una iniciativa de NRCDV / NRCDV’s Safe Housing Capacity Center Policy & Research Briefing

Con motivo del Mes para la Concientización sobre la Violencia Doméstica (Domestic Violence Awareness Month en inglés, DVAM según sus siglas en inglés), el Centro Nacional de Recursos contra la Violencia Doméstica organiza su sesión informativa anual sobre las políticas públicas y la labor investigativa el martes 12 de octubre de 1:00 a 4:00 (hora […]

Book Discussion: Strengths-Based Prevention: Reducing Violence & Other Public Health Problems

Join Rutgers School of Social Work Center on Violence Against Women and Children (VAWC) for an evening discussion with Dr. Vicki Banyard and Dr. Sherry Hamby on their forthcoming book Strengths-Based Prevention: Reducing Violence & Other Public Health Problems. Speakers: Vicki Banyard, PhD Professor, Associate Dean for Faculty Development, & Associate Director, Center on Violence […]

Coming Together in the Fight Against IPV: Building Multi-Agency Partnerships to Implement and Evaluate a Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team (DVERT)

The University of Cincinnati School of Criminal Justice and Ohio’s Office of Criminal Justice Services invite you to learn about Hamilton County’s Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team (DVERT), an innovative evidence-informed domestic violence service delivery program. Speakers will discuss the history of DVERT, the importance of the program, the role of evaluation and community-based research collaborations, […]

Cultural Responsivity in Domestic Violence Intervention Approaches for Immigrants in the U.S.

October CVR Evidence Hour webinar:  While all communities can experience domestic violence, immigrants are at a higher risk of victimization due to their unique positionality in the United States. Even though empirical research has examined mainstream domestic violence interventions and the extent to which they deter victimization, there is limited knowledge about culturally responsive interventions […]