February 29, 2016
Advocates call on nation’s leaders to put an end to domestic violence homicides
Over the weekend, domestic violence perpetrators used firearms to murder wives, children, co-workers, bystanders, and a newly sworn-in police officer in high profile cases across the country.
February 24, 2016
Today, the National Network to End Domestic Violence is releasing its 10th consecutive annual Domestic Violence Counts: A 24-hour Census of Domestic Violence Shelters and Services (Census) report at a Congressional briefing. In a single 24-hour period, on September 16, 2015, local domestic violence programs across the nation counted the services they provided to victims, as well as the services they were not able to provide due to a lack of resources.
February 22, 2016
The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) applauds the leadership and commitment of U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein and her co-sponsors Senator Durbin (D-IL), Senator Whitehouse (D-RI), and Senator Klobuchar (D-MN), in the introduction of S. 2552, a bill to amend the federal threats statute to include an intent requirement. This amendment was made necessary by the June 1 Supreme Court decision in Elonis v. The United States.
February 17, 2016
By: Rachel Gibson, Technology Safety Specialist at NNEDV
In 2015, the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) re-imagined and re-launched our online store. We worked as a team to develop product ideas that channel the core of the work that we do. We decided unanimously to honor pioneering women that have made an impact on our lives through one such product. One woman who continued to float to the top of this list was Sojourner Truth.
February 10, 2016
President Obama’s 2017 budget is the final one of his presidency, and the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) joins advocates across the country in celebrating the president’s investments in programs that give struggling and working families more of the tools they need to succeed.
February 7, 2016
HIV is still a taboo subject to discuss and a widely misunderstood disease. HIV, which used to be a death sentence, is now a chronic, manageable disease. Medicine has considerably improved since the initial development of AZT, an HIV antiretroviral medication. With proper medications, treatment, and support services, individuals living with HIV can go on to live long, healthy lives, including giving birth.