Libraries and Collections (Related page: Research Organizations and Resources.)
AEquitas Library – develops substantive resources on topics related to the investigation and prosecution of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, human trafficking, and related violent crimes. AEquitas publishes the STRATEGIES and STRATEGIES in Brief newsletters, monographs, and the Prosecutors' Resources as well as other articles designed to enhance prosecutions. AEquitas also develops and maintains resources including statutory compilations; case law digests; and sample motions, briefs, protocols, and predicate questions, Washington, DC.
Battered Women's Directory Project. Records, 1975-1982: A Finding Aid, Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA: January 1985. Copyright © 1985 Radcliffe College. Read the Battered Women's Director as an Organizing Tool for the Shelter Movement and "A Modest Herstory" of Betsy Warrior.
Child Abuse Library Online, National Children’s Advocacy Center – one of the largest professional resource collections in the United States of published knowledge, educational materials and educational resources related to child maltreatment, Huntsville, AL.
Communications X-Change, Global Women's Institute – an online library of materials contributed by organizations and individuals around the world who are working to end violence against women and girls. A wide assortment of international content includes flyers, posters, videos, brochures, educational materials and more, all of which you can view and download free of charge.
Communities Against Violence Network (CAVNET) – addresses violence against women. CAVNET has developed an international network of professionals and a comprehensive, interactive online database addressing domestic violence, sexual assault, rape, incest, stalking, juvenile justice, human rights, same sex violence, and crime victims with disabilities. CAVNET enhances collaboration among a diverse international community which includes law enforcement, judges, clergy, human rights advocates, lawyers, health care professionals, social workers, domestic violence shelters, rape crisis centers, disability advocates, and hundreds of others, Washington, DC.
Community Solutions to Sexual and Domestic Violence: Virginia – this website is a clearinghouse of information and resources for professionals working to address and prevent sexual and domestic violence in Virginia. The resources provided here are designed to help your community enhance its response to sexual and domestic violence. It is also designed to help improve access to services for people affected by sexual and domestic violence.
Dworkin, Andrea ~ Memorial and Online Library.
Eldis – aims to share the best in development policy, practice and research. Browse more than 26,000 summarised documents from over 7,500 development organisations – all available free to download, Brighton, UK.
The Liz Library – this website contains information, research, scholarship, and arguments pertaining to public policy and legal issues, much of it gathered by attorney and academic work groups in different jurisdictions. It is not intended to reflect specifics of actual laws, substantive or procedural, currently in force in any jurisdiction. The information is intended for use by scholars, lawyers, and activists, and is not presented as legal advice. Child custody issues are interconnected with issues of maternity, pregnancy, primary caregiving, parental alienation, child development (education and attachment issues), father's rights, and other family law issues, as well as those involving forensic psychologists, guardians ad litem (GALs) and other mental health professionals in the family court system, so check related sections in the Site Index, including those on psychology for relevant material. The liznotes index page on family law contains links to recommended off-site locations as well as the on-site articles. There also are extensive pages on this website on women's history, suffrage, women's rights documents from the first wave of feminism, and women's military history. Read Blog.
National Clearinghouse on Family Violence (English and Français) – a national resource centre for all Canadians seeking information about violence within the family and looking for new resources being used to address it, Ottawa, ONT, CA.
National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women – for over 2 decades, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence has operated VAWnet, an online network focused on violence against women and other forms of gender-based violence. VAWnet.org has long been identified as an unparalleled, comprehensive, go-to source of information and resources for anti-violence advocates, human service professionals, educators, faith leaders, and others interested in ending domestic and sexual violence, Harrisburg, PA.
Patricia R. Cole and Nancy J. Flanakin National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence Records, 1977-2007, Carey C. Shuart Women's Archive & Research Collection – contains correspondence, legal and legal style documentation, financial documents, printed materials, creative works, clippings, transparencies, forms, publications, posters, CDs, VHS tapes, note cards, handwritten notes, and ephemera created by the National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence documenting the organization's work in providing advocacy as well as training and consultation to organizations interested in the prevention of domestic and sexual violence, University of Houston, Houston, TX. See background on establishing the collection.
Public Health & Social Justice – articles, slide shows, syllabi, and other documents relevant to topics in public health and social justice, Portland, OR.
Resource Library, Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center – a searchable collection of materials that you can use for your organizational development and training needs. Inside you will find tools, promotional items, reference materials, and more.
SafetyLit – the online source for current and past scholarly research about all aspects of injury prevention and safety promotion, San Diego, CA.
Toby M. Myers, Deborah D. Tucker, and Maria José Angelelli Texas Council on Family Violence Records, 1974-2016, Carey C. Shuart Women's Archive & Research Collection – contains written records of the organization, as well as photographs and ephemera from the group. Items in the collection range in date from 1974 to 2016, with most of the material dating from the 1990s. The bulk of the collection details the various activities of the group since its inception in 1978, including conferences attended or organized, political and legislative activity, and various shelters throughout the state, University of Houston, Houston, TX.
Violence Against Women Bibliography & Resources, Center for Women's Global Leadership, New Brunswick, NJ.
William Gladden Foundation – the mission is to educate kids, parents and professionals about issues that adversely affect families and the outcomes of young people. WGF advances it mission through publishing and research. Since 1982, WGF has published more than 300 youth and family related materials sold to 20,000 schools, agencies and organizations and distributed to 5,000,000 readers. On October 12, 2004, WGF launched williamgladdenfoundation.org, the internet website that provides free access to to its library of youth and family information, Tallahassee, FL.
Women & Justice Collection, Avon Global Center for Women and Justice at Cornell Law School – provides access to international and regional instruments and case law from around the world relating to gender-based violence and gender justice. By making these resources available, our goal is to promote the use of laws and principles aimed at providing protection and redress to survivors of gender-based violence, Ithaca, NY.
XY: Men, Masculinities and Gender Politics – a website focused on men, masculinities and gender politics. XY is a space for the exploration of issues of gender and sexuality, the daily issues of men's and women's lives, and practical discussion of personal and social change. XY is a forum for debate and discussion, including commentary on contemporary and emerging issues in gender and social politics; a resource library or clearinghouse for key reports, manuals, and articles; and a toolkit for activism, personal transformation and social change.