CP Research, White Papers and Resources
Additional reading and helpful resources from Catharsis Productions and friends.
White Paper: What's in a Name
The importance of language in sexual violence and harassment training environment.
Brief: Hear It From Your Students
We asked students for feedback on our prevention programs and here's what they had to say about them.
White Paper: Implementing Harassment Training
This paper not only discusses what and why HR professionals are looking for in sexual harassment training but also how to close the gap between standard harassment training and creating a truly respectful workplace.
White Paper: Why They Fight The Facts
As prevention educators, we are very familiar with the pushback that we receive in our trainings. Our latest white paper discusses what we are up against and how to break through those barriers to create successful prevention programming.
Chicago Foundation for Women
Working to make a world in which all women and girls have the opportunity to achieve their full potential and live in safe, just, and healthy communities.
THE BACCHUS NETWORK
University and community based network focusing on comprehensive health and safety initiatives
CHICAGO ALLIANCE AGAINST SEXUAL EXPLOITATION (CAASE)
Committed to building a global community free from sexual exploitation
ILLINOIS CAUCUS FOR ADOLESCENT HEALTH
Supporting the sexual health, rights and identities of youth
CALIFORNIA COALITION AGAINST SEXUAL ASSAULT (CALCASA)
Provides leadership, resources and vision to rape crisis centers, and individuals committed to ending sexual violence
Additional Resources and CP Friends
Founded in 1974, Resilience (formerly Rape Victim Advocates) has been on the front lines of working with survivors of sexual violence. We continue to work with survivors of sexual violence. However, our work now addresses the entire spectrum of sexual violence, including harassment, abuse, and prevention, with an additional focus on public education and institutional advocacy.
Girlology is a growing national brand with the voice parents trust for age-appropriate, medically accurate, engaging, and cringe-free messages about healthy sexual development. Founded by two physicians (also moms), they provide community-based, comprehensive sexuality education for youth and the adults who care for them. They deliver their health-focused and timely content.
Take Back The Halls
Take Back the Halls is a teen dating violence prevention and community activism program designed to prevent relationship violence among teens and develop young people’s leadership skills. Take Back the Halls gives teens the opportunity to examine issues such as domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment and sexual abuse, as well as the variety of social structures that support violence in our culture.
Chicago Ideas is a unique nonprofit platform designed to inspire action through entertaining and accessible events, grassroots initiatives and thought-provoking content. It is a movement built on one core belief: When a broad spectrum of thinkers and instigators share ideas, we have the power to transform our world.
We are HER
We Are HER provides an outlet for any survivor of sexual or domestic abuse or assault to become HER: healed, empowered, and restored through our online community.