There is a growing conversation here in the U.S. and abroad about the need to incorporate community engagement and organizing into domestic violence prevention and intervention strategies. The following are reports, articles and organizations that have been critical resources in that effort.
Coker, Ann L. “Primary Prevention of intimate partner violence for women’s health.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 19.11 (2004): 1324-1334.
Daro, Deborah. Edelson, Jefferey L. Pinderhughes, Howard. “Finding Common Ground in the Study of Child Maltreatment, Youth violence and Adult Domestic Violence.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 19.3 (2004): 282-298.
Davis, Rachel. Parks, Fujie Lisa. Cohen, Larry. “Sexual Violence and the Spectrum of Prevention. National Sexual Violence Resource Center (2006)
Fullwood, Catlin. “Preventing Family Violence: Community Engagement Makes the Difference” Family Violence Prevention Fund. (2002) www.endabuse.org
Graffunder, Corinne M. Noonan, Rita K. Cox, Pamela. Wheaton, Jocelyn. “Through a Public Lens: Preventing Violence against Women. “Journal of Women’s Health. 13.1 (2004).
Hathway, Jeanne. “Intimate Partner Violence in Massachusetts: Data Sources and Statistics through 1995.” Massachusetts Department of Public Health. (2000).
Kim, Mimi. “The Community Engagement Contimuum: Outreach, Mobilization, Organizing and Accountability to address Violence against Women in Asian and Pacific Islander Communities.” Asian and Pacific Islander institute on Domestic Violence. (2005).
Lang, Karen S. “Key concepts for RPE.” National Center for injury prevention and Control Centers for Disease control and prevention.
Lang, Karen S. Wheaton, Jocelyn. “RPE Practice Guidelines: Sexual Violence Prevention with Children, Youth, and Communities, Training professionals for sexual violence prevention, Coalition building and Community Mobilization for Sexual Violence Prevention.” National Center for Injury Prevention and Control.
Michau, Lori. “Good Practice in Designing a Community-Based Approach to Prevent Domestic Violence.” Raising Voices. (2004) www.raisingvoices.org
Naker, Dipak. Michau, Lori. “Rethinking Domestic Violence: A Training Process for Community Activists.” Raising Voices. (2004): 7-11, 60. www.Raisingvoices.org
Oregon Department of Human Services. “Oregon Violence against Women Prevention Plan.” Oregon Department of Human Services. (2005)
Prevention Institute. “Primary Prevention on Intimate Partner Violence Interview Guide.” Prevention Institute. (2006)
Prevention Institute. “Creating Safe Environments: Violence Prevention Strategies and Programs.” Prevention Institute. (2006)
Rennison, Callie Marie. “Intimate Partner Violence and Age of Victim: 1993-99.” U.S. Department of Justice. (2001)
Rennison, Callie Marie. “Intimate Partner Violence 1993-2001.” U.S. Department of Justice. (2001).
Rennison, Callie Marie. Welchans, Sarah. “Intimate Partner Violence: May 2000.” U.S. Department of Justice. (2001)
Sabol, William J. Coulton, Claudia. Korbin, Jill E. “Building Community Capacity for Violence Prevention.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 19.3 (2004): 322-340.
The State of Community Engagement in the Domestic Violence Intervention and
Prevention, a report to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. (Coming Soon)