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Learning and capacity building resources for advocates, preventionists, and activists

➜  If you are experiencing domestic violence and need support, please visit our searchable map of domestic violence organizations.

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. 

See our search options below. Results of your search will appear at bottom of screen.

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Check back often as we’re frequently tagging and uploading additional materials. Or contact our Help Desk: info@cpedv.org.

And if you would also like to search for additional materials compiled by our national partners, click on the links to the left (which will direct you to their searchable sites).

Webinar Prevention Peer Network WebinarAugust 19, 2021

Let’s Talk About Domestic Violence Awareness Month! Prevention Peer Network Webinar
Prevention Peer Network

Image is a grey background, with D V A M in a box on the left, with Domestic Violence Awareness Month below the box. The Partnership logo is beneath. On the right is Flip the Script on dark and light purple blocks

This webinar was held on August 19, 2021

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Over the past year, survivors, advocates, and preventionists have engaged in inspiring work to end domestic violence and intersecting oppression. Their stories flip the script, contributing to a beautiful narrative tapestry of resilience and community-rooted solutions that energize us to make our voices heard.

Webinar Prevention Peer Network WebinarAugust 12, 2021

Violence Prevention and Porn Literacy: Why You Should Include Porn Literacy in Your Violence Prevention Programming – and How to Do It!
Prevention Peer Network

Image is the title on the left, with a variety of devices laid out on the right, including laptops, tablets and cellphones.

This webinar was held on August 12, 2021

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On August 12th we explored why violence preventionists should incorporate porn literacy into their curriculum. Preventionists had the opportunity to learn how to teach porn literacy to youth using a shame-free, trauma-informed, and anti-oppression lens.

Publication Family Violence Appellate Project California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

2021 Case-Annotated Compendium of California Domestic Violence Laws

This Case-Annotated Compendium of California Domestic Violence Laws is a list of some of the most important civil cases (including family law), with descriptions of their most significant holdings and a list of the statutes, rules, and regulations used or affected by the case. It can be found here.

Publication Family Violence Appellate Project California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

California Domestic Violence Law Compendium 2021

Every year, the Partnership and Family Violence Appellate Project (FVAP) provide an updated list, with descriptions, of the most relevant California laws affecting DV survivors and their families–including statutes, constitutional provisions, resolutions, and rules of court. The list is compiled into a document called a Compendium of DV Laws, and is published for free by the Partnership and FVAP.  It can be found here.

Webinar Prevention Peer Network WebinarJuly 15, 2021

Storytelling Builds CommUNITY
Prevention Peer Network

Image is of an open book from which springs a happy octopus, black whale and a variety of trees on the left. There is a smattering of multicolor drops in the sky around a hot air balloon. On the right is a periscope in the foreground, and behind that a small castle. A rainbow springs from the center

This webinar was held on July 15, 2021

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Webinar California Partnership to End Domestic ViolenceMarch 25, 2021

Planning for a Virtual Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Prevention Peer Network

This webinar was held on March 25, 2021

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We are one year into the pandemic, and have learned so much about virtual prevention! How are you engaging your community in Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)? Join us as preventionists share their plans for empowerment and raising awareness. Together we will have an opportunity to free think those virtual engagement strategies, and avoiding the Zoom fatigue pitfall.

Webinar California Partnership to End Domestic ViolenceFebruary 18, 2021

Add to Your Virtual Prevention Programming Toolbox
Prevention Peer Network

Add to Your Virtual Prevention Programming Toolbox

Add to Your Virtual Prevention Programming Toolbox

This webinar was held on February 18, 2021

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Webinar California Partnership to End Domestic ViolenceJanuary 12, 2021

Bout that Life Training
Prevention Peer Network

Bout that Life Training

Bout that Life Training

Bystander Intervention for Communities of Color

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This webinar was held on Janaury 12, 2021

 

Webinar Created by the Policy and Prevention Teams at the PartnershipJanuary 5, 2021

2021 Sample Resolution for Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month

Sexual and domestic violence organizations can adapt and update this resolution for their local advocacy. 

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Webinar U.S. Senators Klobuchar, Grassley, Feinstein, Hirono, Harris, Ernst, Blackburn, Tillis, and CrapoJanuary 21, 2020

S.Res.480 – A resolution raising awareness and encouraging the prevention of stalking by designating January 2020 as “National Stalking Awareness Month”.

Sexual and domestic violence organizations can adapt and update this resolution for their local advocacy. 

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Pod

Understanding the Impacts of Domestic Violence on Survivors

The Depp v. Heard trial has been trauma activating for many survivors. At this moment when domestic violence is receiving a lot of sensationalized attention throughout the various forms of media, we affirm the need for attention on concrete solutions—those that support survivors, educate on the realities of domestic violence, and prevent it from occurring in the first place.