Table of ContentsDomestic Violence and the Workplace Everday Feminism Feminist Daily NewsFeminist Peace NetworkFeministingka-BLOG!Legal MomentumMasculinities in MediaNational Organization for WomenOur Bodies, Our BlogSpeaking OutTexas Council on Family Violence: Domestic Violence in the NewsUNIFEMWomen’s eNewsWomen’s Health NewsWomenstakeBlogs are where entries are written in chronological order and commonly displayed in reverse chronological order. Blogs can be journals or comments related to a subject, There are many blogs related to prevention of violence against women. This blogs may inlcude violence against women as one topic or as the main subject. The phrase “blog” is a shortened from “web log.”
This blog is about domestic violence & its impact on the workplace as well as related topics. Hosted by Kim Wells, Executive Director of the Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence (CAEPV), the only national nonprofit organization in the US founded by the business community to address domestic violence as a workplace issue. CAEPV currently has employer members reaching over a million employees across the US with the message that domestic violence is “Everybody’s Business.”
Everyday Feminism is an educational platform for personal and social liberation with a mission to help people dismantle everyday violence, discrimination, and marginalization through applied intersectional feminism and to create a world where self-determination and loving communities are social norms through compassionate activism.
The Feminist Daily News is produced by the Feminist Majority Foundation every weekday and includes US and global news stories about women’s rights. Stay informed with stories delivered instantly!
The Feminist Peace Network is dedicated to building an enduring peace, which must include ending violence towards women and children. FPN is dedicated to the urgent need of providing shelter, food, education, and a safe environment for women and children in all parts of the world, as well as creating economic conditions to ensure these human rights in the future. A strong bias towards matriarchal thinking is assumed.
Young women are rarely given the opportunity to speak on their own behalf on issues that affect their lives and futures. Feministing provides a platform for us to comment, analyze and influence.
- Blackwell Synergy: Psychology of Women Quarterly
- SafetyLit: Injury Prevention Research
- Sage Publications: Journal of Interpersonal Violence
- Sage Publications: Trauma, Violence, & Abuse
- Sage Publications: Violence Against Women
- SpringerLink: Journal of Family Violence
ka-BLOG! is a 16-day blog fest for the Take Back the Tech! Campaign. It is open to anyone and everyone – girls, boys, everyone beyond and more — who wants to share their thoughts, write poetry and prose, post graphics / pictures, rant, rave, heckle, make snide remarks, stick their tongue out at violence against women, and how online communications can exacerbate or help eliminate VAW. “Take Back The Tech!” is initiated and organized by the Association for Progressive Communications, Women’s Networking Support Programme (APC WNSP), are a global network of women who support women networking for social change and women’s empowerment, through the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs).
Legal Momentum advances the rights of women and girls by using the power of the law and creating innovative public policy. Feed topics include: Breaking News, Media, In the Courts, Equality Works, Family Initiative, Legislation, and more.
Masculinities in Media is hosted by Men Can Stop Rape the organization behind the Strength Campaign . Television, Movies, Magazines, Music, Newspapers: They tell us stories about the world – and sell us what it means to be a “real man.” The messages are limiting, at best, if we don’t respond to them. So here are rants, raves, analyses, formal press releases, and informal office conversations – our chance to respond!
NOW is the largest, most comprehensive feminist advocacy group in the United States. Our purpose is to take action to bring women into full participation in society — sharing equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities with men, while living free from discrimination. Available feeds include: News from NOW, Press Releases, Action Alerts, Say It Blog, Media Hall of Shame, and Officer Public/Media Appearances.
Our Bodies Ourselves (OBOS), also known as the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective (BWHBC), is a nonprofit, public interest women’s health education, advocacy, and consulting organization. Beginning in 1970 with the publication of the first edition of Our Bodies, Ourselves, OBOS has inspired the women’s health movement by:
- Producing books that makes accurate health and medical information accessible to a broad audience by weaving women’s stories into a framework of practical, clearly written text;
- Identifying and collaborating with exemplary individuals and organizations that provide services, generate research and policy analysis, and organize for social change;
- Inspiring and empowering women to become engaged in the political aspects of sustaining good health for themselves and their communities.
Speaking Out is the official blog of the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA). The purpose of this forum isn’t to be solely a platform for TAASA’s views, but a dialogue about sexual violence. We want to engage our members and readers to thoroughly explore issues raised.
Texas Council on Family Violence: Domestic Violence in the News
The Texas Council on Family Violence: Domestic Violence in the News blog includes clips of online media coverage from newspapers, wire services and television news stations featuring coverage of domestic violence news in across the nation, with most links available for 24 hours.
UN Women, the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality, was created in July 2010 by the United Nations General Assembly. UN Women merges and builds on the work of four previously distinct parts of the UN system: the Division for the Advancement of Women (DAW), the International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW), the Office of the Special Adviser on Gender Issues and Advancement of Women, and the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM). For the latest news, visit the UN Women feed
UNIFEM (The United Nations Development Fund for Women) provides financial and technical assistance to innovative programs and strategies to foster women’s empowerment and gender equality. Placing the advancement of women’s human rights at the centre of all of its efforts, UNIFEM focuses its activities on four strategic areas: (1) reducing feminized poverty, (2) ending violence against women, (3) reversing the spread of HIV/AIDS among women and girls, and (4) achieving gender equality in democratic governance in times of peace as well as war.
- Latest News: feed:www.unifem.org/feeds/news.xml
- Publications and Tools: feed:www.unifem.org/feeds/resources.xml
Published by the NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund, Women’s eNEWS provides free, publicly available, unchanging web addresses to their news stories.
The purpose of Women’s Health News is to provide information and commentary on current women’s health topics, including policy, legislation, news, and events, as well as to point readers to additional useful resources online. The overall mission for this site is to help women (and other humans) become better informed about all aspects of women’s health.
Womenstake.org is the blog of the National Women’s Law Center, whose mission is to protect and advance the progress of women and girls at work, in school, and in virtually every aspect of their lives.