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  Ending Violence Without Violence 2020 Conference The mainstream anti-sexual violence movement has largely relied on criminal legal and legislative strategies to prevent and respond to sexual violence. But the traditional criminal legal system does not always offer healing or justice for all survivors, nor does it...

Below are NYSCASA's comments on the US Department of Education's proposed changes to Title IX. NYSCASA encourages all to review and use these comments as a template for individual additional comments. For clarification or media inquiries, please contact Chelsea R. Miller, Communications Director, at cmiller@nyscasa.org. [advanced_iframe securitykey="bb71c92844f4a4af54a95a6f9fd265bc443d9acb"...

In this issue of NYSCASA's Monthly Digest: Governor Cuomo signs legislation establishing 'bill of rights' for survivors of sexual violence in New York Funding and job opportunities #HandsOffIX action alert Upcoming training events, conferences, and webinars Access to NYSCASA's training archive   [advanced_iframe securitykey="bb71c92844f4a4af54a95a6f9fd265bc443d9acb" src="https://myemail.constantcontact.com/NYSCASA-Monthly-Digest---January-2019.html?soid=1101819944657&aid=pSNw-hz6crU" width="100%" height="1800"]...

For Immediate Release: November 16, 2018 Contact: Chelsea R. Miller, Communications Director, cmiller@nyscasa.org New Proposed Title IX Rules Will Discourage Survivors from Reporting Sexual Violence and Limit Equitable Access to Education Albany, NY — The Department of Education has proposed new regulations governing campus sexual violence allegations that...

On December 5, 2018, join NYSCASA and Leah Green from the Resource Sharing Project for a webinar where we will have honest discussions about vicarious trauma and burnout and learn about organizationally and individually supported self-care....