What are the dynamics of domestic violence and other abuses affecting Asian and Pacific Islander communities?
Culturally-specific individual and systems advocacy designed for survivor safety, justice, and empowerment.
Browse reports, factsheets, webinars, and other resources published by API-GBV and others in the anti-violence movement.
A compilation of statistics on domestic violence, sexual violence, trafficking, and help-seeking.
Research and data on sexual abuse in Asia and in the U.S, community-specific abuse, child sex abuse, sexual abuse among young adults, and help-seeking & services.
Ten cutting-edge organizations, including API-GBV, came together in four facilitated learning sessions to reflect on practices that lift-up survivor-centered approaches.
Advisory: How Will ‘Public Charge’ Proposed Policy Changes Impact Immigrant Survivors of Crime? 2018
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is planning to propose regulations that discard longstanding policy about the meaning and application of the “public charge” provisions of immigration law. Proposed policies will have a significant detrimental impact on survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault by deterring immigrant families, including those with U.S.-citizen children, from seeking help when they need it. Safety net benefits can help victims recover and escape from abuse and play a significant role in preventing future harm.