Domestic and gender violence manifest differently across communities: prevalence and incidence rates, attitudes to domestic violence and help-seeking, culturally rooted types of abuses, and traditional norms for women and men, vary. This factsheet on violence and help seeking in Vietnamese communities includes:
- Census data on demographics and English proficiency
- Statistics on domestic violence and other forms of abuse
- Resources such as links to translated materials and national/international service directories
- Lifetime Spiral of Gender Violence, in English and Vietnamese
To address the domestic violence dynamics and trends in API communities, advocates have designed programs based on an intimate knowledge of their communities and the needs of API survivors. This webinar identifies the differing dynamics and current domestic violence trends API immigrant and refugee survivors are facing. It will describe the A-Z Advocacy Model’s inventory of evidence-informed practices and the foundational principles that anchor this unique model.
We need policies that ensure that all workers, whether they are employees or contractors, have access to safety and justice in the workplace.
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.
Erin Thomas, Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project (DVRP)
An overview of the geographical, historical, ethno-linguistic, and cultural diversity of Pacific Islander communities; historical trauma; and GBV trends.
A compilation of statistics on domestic violence, sexual violence, stalking, and help-seeking in Filipino communities.
This factsheet compiles statistics on domestic violence, sexual violence, domestic violence related homicide, stalking, children’s exposure to family violence, and human trafficking in Asian and Pacific Islander communities.
Domestic violence is a universal problem, but its cultural expressions differ. Drawing attention to such differences can serve to confirm stereotypes because nuanced complexities are hard to convey, but advocacy that is not rooted in cultural contexts is even more problematic. API survivors experience types of domestic violence on the power and control wheel, but they also face differing patterns, types and dynamics.