We are working to end domestic violence and sexual assault in our community by making information and resources about these topics more accessible. Many people dealing with abuse do not know where to turn for help or do not have access to information they need to help themselves. Pages for Change aims to raise funds to donate key books on domestic violence and sexual assault to 19 libraries in south central Indiana by October 2012, in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Pages for Change was developed by Middle Way House, a non-profit domestic violence program and rape crisis center.
Our research shows many aid workers across the globe are isolated. We want to create a platform enabling them to support one another in helping the world's poorest.
An artistic duo highlighting human rights violations.
This documentary photo essay will capture the psycho-social impact of humanitarian response on aid workers. The particular lens used will be the daily realities of aid workers in the aftermath of Haiti’s earthquake and cholera emergencies. This photo essay will form the spine for a documentary film that explores the broader issue of psycho-social trauma in humanitarian work.
Close your eyes for a day, sit for a day, do not speak for a day. Don’t you think your social interactions would be compromised? Several studies made by disability organizations and by independent research have shown that people with disability are more limited by social barriers rather than by their actual disability. 2gether- International focuses on breaking down social barriers between people with disability and people without.
Breaking Heels™ is a social enterprise, which transforms the collective power of consumers into a financial force against human trafficking & commercial sexual exploitation (CSE).
Native/Non Native collaborative women's council for the waters of the earth. Hosts 'All Women All Nations' thanks-giving prayer-to-action Hummingbird Village dreams the world anew.
We are presenting Romeo and Juliet, but with the pair being a gay couple. Through our innovative production as well as community discussions focused around issues of homophobia, suicide and gay rights, we seek to change minds and hearts in DC and elsewhere.
The goal of Better Alternatives for Girls' Survival (BAGS) is to provide human trafficking survivors in Kolkata, India with dignified employment opportunities. Through bringing hand-made, fair trade textile products produced by a group of these women to Western consumers, we ensure that these women lead successful, independent lives away from Kolkata's brothels.
A website where victims of sexual abuse/rape can share their story with other victims and have resources for a variety of help options in one place.