Preventing Sexual Violence Against Women and Girls: What's Economics Got to Do With It? (2022) (PDF) (1.55MB): This infographic highlights the connection between economic security and sexual violence prevention. Strengthening investments in policies and programs for economic security can help prevent sexual violence.
Opportunities to Empower and Support Girls and Women in California: An Environmental Scan of Leadership Opportunities and Economic Supports to Prevent Sexual Violence, Intimate Partner Violence, and Teen Dating Violence 2021 (PDF)(1.55MB): This resource represents an initial exploration of how leadership opportunities and economic supports can serve as violence prevention strategies for girls and women. This report uses an environmental scan methodology to understand the following inter-related issues: 1) Context of Gender Equity in California; 2) Challenges Facing Girls and Women; and 3) Economic Supports & Leadership Opportunities.
Sexual Violence Surveillance: Uniform Definitions and Recommended Data Elements, CDC and National Center for Injury Prevention Control 2014 is a document designed to promote and improve consistency of sexual violence surveillance across organizations.
A Health Equity Approach to Preventing Sexual Violence Prevention: This joint publication by the Prevention Institute and National Sexual Violence Resource Center dives into how advancing health equity within sexual violence prevention work means that we all must address deep-rooted abuses of power that contribute to inequities in health, safety, and wellbeing. A health equity approach to preventing sexual violence means that we need to both understand and address the factors that contribute to violence and safety and factors that expose some communities—especially communities that face historic and present day oppression—to higher rates of sexual violence.