September 11, 2014
By: Victor Rivas Rivers
Behind closed doors. Even elevator doors. That’s where domestic violence usually occurs. We are disturbed by its aftermath—the bruising, black eyes, broken bones—but not enough to take real action as a team, a league, or even a nation.
September 10, 2014
Today, NNEDV is working in partnership with all 56 state and territory coalitions to conduct an unduplicated count of adults and children who seek services from U.S. domestic violence shelter programs during a single 24-hour survey period. Conducted annually by NNEDV since 2006, this Census takes into account the dangerous nature of domestic violence by using a survey designed to protect the confidentiality and safety of victims.
September 9, 2014
Today, September 9, 2014, marks the 20th anniversary of the first passage of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
September 8, 2014
National network launches innovative program harnessing technology to end domestic violence in Australia
September 8, 2014 (Sydney) - Today, national experts on technology and violence against women from Australia and the United States announced the launch of the Safety Net Australia project: helping survivors safely use technology to search for help and decrease isolation, while using technology evidence to hold abusers and stalkers accountable for misusing life-saving technology resources.
This morning, the Australian and United States national networks of domestic violence organizations spoke with community members and media from a Sydney meeting room that Google generously donated for this announcement.
September 4, 2014
The NFL recently announced new policies demonstrating their commitment to ending domestic violence.
August 28, 2014
NNEDV will continue to work with the NFL in its ongoing efforts to address and prevent violence against women.