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Module 5 Job Aid Addressing Domestic Violence Draft 2/8/05 1 Cultural Issues Related to Domestic Violence Cultural Attitudes and Barriers
Module 1 and 2 Job Aid Addressing Domestic Violence Draft 2/8/05 Myths and Facts about Domestic Violence Compare these myths from the Module 1 self-assessment to the facts presented in Module 2.
Sexual Violence. National Center for Injury Prevention and Control Division of Violence Prevention. Facts at a Glance 2012
Background Sexual violence occurs throughout the world. Although in most countries there has been little research conducted on the problem, available data
This guidebook is meant to help employers and employees recognize workplace violence, minimize and prevent it, and respond appropriately if it occurs.
MEDICAL PROVIDERS’ GUIDE TO MANAGING THE CARE OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PATIENTS WITHIN A CULTURAL CONTEXT Michael R. Bloomberg Mayor City of New York
5 Introduction Any form of harassment and violence against workers, whether committed by co-workers, managers or third-parties, is unacceptable.
Background Child abuse has for a long time been recorded in literature, art and science in many parts of the world.Reportsofinfanticide,mutilation,abandon-
p h y s i c a l E C V I O LE N s e x u a l using looks, actions, commit suicide, or report MALE PRIVILEGE: one to define men’s and women’s the children to relay
A Student’s Guide to Using Social Media Safely – Lesson Plan Copyright© 2015 Citizens Crime Commission of New York City, Inc. All Rights Reserved.