The presence of gender violence tells us about the presence of inequality; the extent of violence tells us about the extent of the inequality.
Originally presented as opening remarks at our 2011 National Summit, these thoughts elucidate where we are now (cultures of violence) and where we want to be (cultures of equality), where structures of patriarchy have been replaced with shared, negotiable power.
The Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence (API-GBV) is a culturally specific national resource center on domestic violence, sexual violence, trafficking, and other forms of gender-based violence in Asian/Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI)...
This report explores and contextualizes the results from API-GBV's 2023 needs assessment on AANHPI-serving GBV community organizations. The findings support a sustained need for culturally responsive programming and research; specialized training opportunities for...
Directory of Domestic & Gender Violence Programs Serving Asians, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders, 2023
Lists roughly 150 agencies in the U.S. that have culturally-specific programs designed for survivors from Asian and Pacific Islander communities.
AANHPI communities tend to be collective in nature, as well as hierarchical, to varying degrees. Both contexts complicate the concepts of consent and boundaries, especially for AANHPI youth and young adults, who often do not have opportunities to learn about the taboo...
by Chic Dabby