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The US Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety & Health Administrations [OSHA], has new webpages devoted to Workplace Violence. This Workplace Violence website provides information on the extent of violence in the workplace, assessing the hazards in different settings and developing … Continue reading
Nevada Urban Indians, Inc. has two positions open currently. Click on the image to download the PDF descriptions, and how to apply: Direct link: Nevada Urban Indians, Inc.
PRESS RELEASE The South Lake Tahoe Women’s Center has changed their name to Live Violence Free. The agency and Board of Directors have been discussing the name change for over three years. With the agency celebrating its 35th anniversary … Continue reading
Dear Ben, NCASV is sending this message on behalf of End Violence Against Women International (EVAWI) & the International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN). Just a reminder that EVAWI is teaming up with the IAFN to offer a webinar series … Continue reading
The FBI has issued a new definition of rape for the Uniform Crime Report! Rape Is Rape Out with the old: : the carnal knowledge of a female, forcibly and against her will In with the new: : … Continue reading
National Conversations from the Anti-Sexual Violence Experts & Advocates! Greetings! As conversations heat up around Penn State and Herman Cain we want to give you a few opportunities to hear from voices within this movement. How might we expect the … Continue reading
For many people “stalking” is a word that is heard on television, movies, in popular song and in casual conversation. Although it may seem like a joke or a harmless show of devotion, it is not. Stalking is a crime … Continue reading
In September, our own Kari Ramos participated in a panel discussion on human sex-trafficking as part of a ”Freeze Project” sponsored by Women’s Federation for World Peace-Reno chapter, at the University of Nevada, Reno. There are more details in the news … Continue reading