The Community Engagement Continuumdocuments a range of innovative community based approaches in the anti-violence movement and clarifies the goals of engagement. The four points on the continuum – outreach and education, mobilization, organizing, and accountability – are defined by the extent to which the methods in each category lead to increases in the community’s capacity to transform relations of power. This model encourages a more strategic approach to all four levels and offers tools towards realistic step-by-step implementation.
Impact and strategies of community organizing in the anti-domestic violence movement.
Innovative Strategies to Address Domestic Violence in Asian and Pacific Islander Communities: Examining Themes, Models and Interventions, 2010
Examining the work done by API domestic violence advocates, their success, shortcomings, and future.
This report raises practical questions regarding batterer accountability, taking the view of the victim and community well-being into account
Challenges and strategies identified by Hmong women struggling to achieve their full potential in a patriarchal society.