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Whether you’re a seasoned advocate, a student, or a community member interested in learning more about domestic violence, our user-friendly resource library is a great tool for you. We have compiled an extensive database of publications, images, websites, webinars and more — all dedicated to understanding the dynamics of abuse, prevention strategies and community solutions. 

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Publication National Network To End Domestic Violence

2007 Domestic Violence Counts California Summary

On September 25, 2007, 57 out of 94, or 61%, of identified domestic violence programs in California. This summary represents information from the 57 participating programs about services they provided during the 24-hour survey period.

Publication Kim Klein

10 Most Important Things You Can Know About Fundraising

Kim Klein reveals important ways to cultivate relationships with donors.

Publication National Network to End Domestic Violence

2006 Domestic Violence Counts California Summary

On November 2nd 2006, 54 out of 121 identified local domestic violence programs (45%) in California participated in the National Census of Domestic Violence Services (NCDVS). Designed to address the safety and confidentiality needs of victims, the Census collected an unduplicated, non-invasive count of adults and children who received critical services from local domestic violence programs during the 24-hour survey period.

Publication World Health OrganizationLondon School of Hygiene & Tropical MedicineDaphne Programme of the European Commission

WHO Ethical and Safety Recommendations for Interviewing Trafficked Women

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