below are direct links to gender resources of current importance to women
the Federal Guidelines on Sexual Harassment and Discrimination; linkages for information concerning Sexual Assault, Rape Myths and Spousal Abuse.
Some Resource Links
- in schools, colleges, on the job, individual cases -
National Women's Law Center
One in four college women have survived rape or attempted rape.
Statistics can change, men can help.
Men's Program The Women's Program Online Videos (visited the RU campus)
to End Violence Against Women
A United Nations Secretary-General's Campaign
UNiTE to End Violence against Women aims to prevent and eliminate violence against
women and girls in all parts of the world. UNiTE brings together a host of UN agencies
and offices to galvanize action across the UN system to prevent and punish
violence against women.
Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN)
Rape Abuse & Incest Statistics
Learn about Abuse
Domestic Violence / Abuse Statistics
An International Perspective - Dept. of Justice - Canada
Department of Justice's
Myths and Facts About Sexual Violence
The Government Source for Women's Health
US Dept. of Education's
Sexual Harassment Resources
U.S. Department of Justice's
Facts About Stalking
Domestic Violence Awareness
Penn State University's Web Site For Stalking Resources for Women
EEOC on Sexual Harassment
Facts About Sexual Harassment