This resource is designed to help campuses build coordinated community response systems that more effectively address gender-based violence (GBV) as serious offenses; ensure survivor safety and offender accountability; and implement comprehensive and culturally relevant prevention strategies.
Produced in collaboration with the Office on Violence Against Women and the Campus Program Technical Assistance Provider Team and released on February 27, 2017
This webinar is designed to help campus-based coordinated community response teams (CCRT) understand the various uses of assessment to improve the effectiveness of their CCRT. Participants will learn to use both process and outcome evaluation tools to understand how their team works together, including whether participants’ goals are being met and if team members are satisfied with the way in which meetings are conducted. Participants will also be encouraged to think about the best ways to measure and tell the story of the impact of their CCRT’s work.
Presented by Vicki Banyard from the University of New Hampshire and Shannon Collins from the University of Colorado Denver on September 4, 2018.
This webinar is designed to help campus-based CCRTs better serve transgender survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence and stalking. Campuses committed to nurturing an inclusive community often need additional information to provide optimal prevention programs and response services for transgender and non-binary students and survivors.
Trans-specific sexual assault and intimate partner violence resources will be included, so CCRT’s can provide this information to the transgender survivors they work with and improve their repertoire of knowledge as practitioners.
Presented by Michael Munson from FORGE and Shannon Collins from the University of Colorado Denver on June 26, 2018
The purpose of this webinar is to establish a foundational understanding of the ways in which an intersectional framework and approach can strengthen campus-based Coordinated Community Response Teams (CCRT).
Presented by Pierre Berastain from the National Latin@ Network at Casa de Esperanza and Barbara Paradiso from the Center on Domestic Violence at the University of Colorado on September 20, 2017.
This webinar focuses on preparing campus-based CCR teams to understand the impact of
Presented by Alicia Aiken from The Confidentiality Institute in collaboration with University of Colorado Denver Center on Domestic Violence on April 4, 2017.
In this webinar, we explore an alternate approach to engaging men and framing masculinity. We discuss how CCR Teams can conceptualize masculinity as a person’s unhealthy/healthy behaviors, rather than as a person’s unhealthy/healthy identity. To do this we use the readiness-to-change model and consider how it can be implemented both within your CCRT itself and with your broader campus programming.
Presented by Drew Rizzo from the University of New Hampshire in collaboration with University of Colorado Denver Center on Domestic Violence on September 22, 2016.
This webinar focuses on ways we can better identify communities in need, how to build better relationships, and what our barriers are for reaching them. People don’t come with barriers the way institutions and organizations do. Most services and programs have some components set up to deal with community-specific barriers, but we have to shift our thinking from perceived “deficits” and turn the lens inward on overall programming and craft services that truly serve the full spectrum of needs that people in our constituencies, authentically.
Presented by Rebecca Balog from Women of Color Network, Inc. in collaboration with University of Colorado Denver Center on Domestic Violence on May 25, 2016.
On October 20, 2010 the Center on Domestic Violence at the University of Colorado Denver celebrated its 10th anniversary at a spectacular event at the Wells Fargo Theatre in Denver, Colorado. The event featured the true-to-life performance of a battered woman and it showcased the work of the CDV in its commitment to bringing an end to gender-based violence.