[Svrilist] SVRI Update: 12 10 09

Sexual Violence Research Initiative svri at mrc.ac.za
Mon Oct 12 11:00:45 SAST 2009



Dear SVRI List Members

This SVRI Update contains a variety of sexual violence related research and resources. Please email svri at mrc.ac.za if you would like us to include relevant sexual violence resources and materials in the SVRI Updates. For more information and resources on sexual violence and the Sexual Violence Research Initiative visit www.svri.org <http://www.svri.org/>  

Today's SVRI Update includes the following:
[Summaries directly taken or adapted from source]

I. SVRI & Partner Events at GFHR Forum 2009 Havana Cuba, 16-18 November 2009
II. Information Requests from SVRI Listserv Members
III. Websites
IV. Online Publications/Resources
V. Journal Articles
VI. Events
VII. Funding Links / Scholarships / Research Opportunities
VIII. SVRI Online Event, 28 September - 20 October: Researcher Trauma, Safety and Sexual Violence Research 
IX. Vacancies

I. SVRI & Partner Events at GFHR Forum 2009 Havana Cuba, 16-18 November 2009: The Sexual Violence Research Initiative, Ipas and UNFPA take great pleasure in inviting you to attend a series of meetings hosted at the Global Forum for Health Research annual event in Havana, Cuba 16th-19th November. The meetings will bring together key thinkers from Latin America and the Caribbean in the area of sexual violence research and will explore the extent of sexual violence in LAC and how research can be used to strengthen health services and reduce violence. Workshop attendance is free. Please RSVP to lloots at mrc.ac.za if you are interested in attending these workshops'. More details online at: http://www.svri.org/SVRIEnglish.pdf; and http://www.svri.org/SVRISpanish.pdf or visit: http://www.globalforumhealth.org/Forum-2009/Programme/Satellite-meetings 

II. Information Requests from SVRI Listserv Members

Request 1: Survey of pelvic model use in low-resource settings: PATH (www.path.org) is collecting information on pelvic models in use in low-resource settings for health worker training and patient education purposes. There are a variety of pelvic models available worldwide, but most models are quite expensive or do not have the flexibility to be used in a variety of training and education scenarios. We are interested in collecting feedback from reproductive health practitioners and program implementers on field use scenarios in low-resource settings, availability of models to trainers and health workers, and suggestions for improvements to current designs. I would appreciate 15 minutes of your time to collect your input on this topic. The questions relate to the availability, cost, common uses, and desirable features of a pelvic model for use in a low-resource health facility. If you would prefer to discuss this issue in an email or by phone, please feel free to contact me at smcgray at path.org. The following link will take you to an online, informal survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=5aq0IphWHLNLVLH4P3sdZA_3d_3d 

Request 2: Information on Violence Against People with Disabilities: I am looking for the latest statistics available on people with disabilities who have been abused. I work for the Centre of Augmentative and Alternative communication at the university of Pretoria. We are in the process of developing a communication board for people who have little or no functional speech so that they are able to communicate their fears , needs etc. specifically regarding neglect and abuse. This includes all people, children and the elderly with a disability. I can get stats from USA and UK, but nothing about SA. I will appreciate your input, I think it can be very valuable. Please respond to Priscilla at: Priscilla.Kershaw at up.ac.za 

III. Websites

National research on Domestic Violence against Women in Turkey: The aim of this project was to get for the first time detailed information on the prevalence and types of domestic violence against women, its causes and consequences for the whole of Turkey. Website: http://www.ksgm.gov.tr/tdvaw/default.htm

Stop Violence Against Women: The Advocates for Human Rights developed this website as a tool for the promotion of women's human rights in countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Website: http://www.stopvaw.org/Stop_Violence_Against_Women.html 

The Initiative for Violence-Free Families in Hennepin County (IVFF): IVFF was formed in 1994 to mobilize people in homes, schools, neighborhoods and workplaces who want to act to prevent violence. Website: http://www.ivff.org/ 

FAWE Rwanda: Forum for African Women Educationalists, Rwanda Chapter, is a non-profit membership organisation that brings together people interested in promoting female education in Rwanda. Website: http://www.fawerwa.org/ 

Study of HHS Programs Serving Human Trafficking Victims: The project aims to provide in-depth and timely information to help the US government design and implement effective programs and services that assist trafficking victims overcome the trauma and injuries they have suffered, to regain their dignity, and become self-sufficient. Website: http://aspe.hhs.gov/hsp/07/HumanTrafficking/

IV. Online Publications/Resources

National research on Domestic Violence against Women in Turkey. Icon Institute, Haceteppe University Institute of Population Studies & BNB Consulting, 2009: The Main Report of the Turkey National Research on Domestic Violence against women is now available and downloadable from: http://www.ksgm.gov.tr/tdvaw/doc/Main_report.pdf 

Children's Exposure to Violence: A Comprehensive National Survey. Finkelhor, D.; Turner, H.; Ormrod, R.; Hamby, S and Kracke, S. Office of Justice Programs, Juvenile Justice Bulletin, October 2009: This Bulletin discusses the National Survey of Children's Exposure to Violence, the most comprehensive survey undertaken in the USA, of the incidence and prevalence of children's exposure to violence to date. [Source: WUNRN] Full bulletin: http://www.unh.edu/ccrc/pdf/DOJ-NatSCEV-bulletin.pdf 

Economic Stress & Domestic Violence, Renzetti, C.M., with contributions from Larkin, V.M., VAWNET, 2009: In this document, we review research that highlights how various aspects of economic stress and hardship may elevate the risk for DV and its impact as well as how DV may in turn contribute to economic stress and hardship. [Source: WUNRN] Full paper: http://new.vawnet.org/Assoc_Files_VAWnet/AR_EconomicStress.pdf

Precarious Protection: How Unsettled Policy and Current Laws Harm Women and Girls Fleeing Persecution, USA Tahirih Justice Center, 2009: This report takes a critical look at how the lack of clarity and coherence in the field of gender-based asylum law, together with the harsh implications of current immigration laws and policies of general application to all asylum seekers can prevent women and girls fleeing persecution from finding the protection they need and deserve in the United States. [Source: WUNRN] Direct Link to 65-Page Report: http://www.tahirih.org/site/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/tahirihreport_precariousprotection.pdf 

"No place for us here": Violence against refugee women in Eastern Chad. Amnesty International. September 2009:  Chad refugee women face high levels of violence & rape despite UN presence. [Source: WUNRN] Link to Full 40-Page Report: http://www.amnesty.org/en/library/asset/AFR20/008/2009/en/a6cc4610-016f-439b-987d-4cb128679751/afr200082009eng.pdf

Prosecuting Conflict-Related Sexual Violence at the International Criminal Court, Dallman A. SIPRI Insights on Peace and Security May 2009: The Rome Statute set a new direction in the trajectory of international criminal justice when it integrated gender into its structure and procedures. Despite optimistic expectations, the codification of sexual and gender violence in international law has not proved to be enough of a deterrent to prevent such violence from occurring before, during and after conflict. [Source: WUNRN] Full document: http://books.sipri.org/files/insight/SIPRIInsight0901.pdf

First Aid Kit for use by law enforcement first responders in addressing human trafficking, UNOCD: The first aid kit is offered as a tool to help persons who may come into contact with trafficked persons, to take the vital first steps necessary to protect victims and catch the criminals involved. Available at: http://www.unodc.org/documents/human-trafficking/TIP_1st_AidKit_English_V0981429.pdf

"I thought it could never happen to boys". Sexual abuse and exploitation of boys in Cambodia: an exploratory study, World Vision/Hagar/SSE, 2008: This report presents research about the sexual abuse and exploitation of boys and young men in Cambodia. A team and capacity-building model was developed and research carried out in three provinces, Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville and Battambang, from April to June 2007. Full document: http://www.hagarcambodia.org/sites/hagarcambodia.org/files/I%20thought%20it%20could%20never%20happen%20to%20boys_0.pdf 

Building the Evidence. A report on the status of policy and practice in responding to violence against women with disabilities in Victoria. Healey, L.; Howe, K.; Humphreys, C.; Jennings, C.; Julian, F, Women's Health Victoria and Victorian Women with Disabilities Network, 2008: This report analyses the extent to which current Victorian family violence policy and practice recognises and provides for women with disabilities who experience violence; and to make recommendations to improve responses to women with disabilities dealing with family violence. [Source: WUNRN] Full report: http://www.wwda.org.au/buildingevidence1.pdf 

For country specific resources on sexual violence visit our country pages:  http://www.svri.org/countries.htm <http://www.svri.org/countries.htm> 

V. Journal Articles

Assessing Criminal Thinking in Male Sex Offenders With the Psychological Inventory of Criminal Thinking Styles. Walters GD, Deming A, Elliott WN. Crim Justice Behav; 36(10): 1025-1036. 2009: A sample of 543 male inmates undergoing sex offender treatment completed the Psychological Inventory of Criminal Thinking Styles. [Source: SafetyLit] Full abstract: http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5B%5D=citjournalarticle_126006_20 

Secondary traumatic stress among domestic violence advocates: workplace risk and protective factors. Slattery SM, Goodman LA. Violence Against Women; 15(11): 1358-79. 2009: Findings indicate that coworker support and quality clinical supervision are critical to emotional well-being and that an environment in which there is shared power-that is, respect for diversity, mutuality, and consensual decision making-provides better protection for advocates than more traditional, hierarchical organizational models. [Source: SafetyLit] Full abstract: http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5B%5D=citjournalarticle_138797_20 

Self-reported history of sexual coercion and rape negatively impacts resilience to suicide among women students. Segal DL. Death Stud; 33(9): 848-55 2009: The present study investigated the effects of a history of sexual victimization on reasons for living. [Source: SafetyLit] Full abstract: http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5B%5D=citjournalarticle_138653_20 

Sexual assault and current mental health: the role of help-seeking and police response. Kaukinen C, Demaris A. Violence Against Women; 15(11): 1331-57. 2009: We examine the extent to which seeking help from social service agencies, family and friends, reporting to the police, or responses by the police might buffer or exacerbate the impact of sexual assault on mental health outcomes among sexual assault victims. [Source: SafetyLit] Full abstract: http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5B%5D=citjournalarticle_138798_20 

Understanding Male Sexual Offending. Harris DA, Mazerolle P, Knight RA. Crim Justice Behav; 36(10): 1051-1069. 2009: This study examined 374 male sexual offenders referred for civil commitment. Offenders were compared by crime classification and level of specialization and were assessed on a selection of variables that measured general criminality and sexual deviance. [Source: SafetyLit] Full abstract: http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5B%5D=citjournalarticle_126007_20 

When Crises Collide: How Intimate Partner Violence and Poverty Intersect to Shape Women's Mental Health and Coping? Goodman LA, Smyth KF, Borges AM, Singer R. Trauma Violence Abuse, 10(4):306-29, October 2009: This article describes mental health consequences for women who contend with both partner violence and poverty. Abstract: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19776085?ordinalpos=8&itool=EntrezSystem2.PEntrez.Pubmed.Pubmed_ResultsPanel.Pubmed_DefaultReportPanel.Pubmed_RVDocSum

Adolescent peer-on-peer sexual aggression: Characteristics of aggressors of alcohol and non-alcohol-related assault. Young AM, King L, Abbey A, Boyd CJ. J Stud Alcohol Drugs. Sep;70(5):700-3. 2009: The purpose of this study was to examine the characteristics of adolescents involved in alcohol-related and non-alcohol-related sexual assault of peers. [Source: Prevent-Connect]. Abstract: http://www.jsad.com/jsad/article/Adolescent_PeeronPeer_Sexual_Aggression_Characteristics_of_Aggressors_of/4375.html 

Women are still deprived of access to lifesaving essential and emergency obstetric care. Islam, M. & S. Yoshida. Int Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics 106(2): 120-124, 2009: Quality facility-based care is the best option to reduce maternal mortality. Scaling up essential interventions and services-particularly for those who are excluded-is a substantial and challenging undertaking. [Source:RAISE Initiative] Article available at: http://download.journals.elsevierhealth.com/pdfs/journals/0020-7292/PIIS0020729209001428.pdf 

Sexual abuse of children. A comparative study of intra and extra-familial cases. Magalhães T, Taveira F, Jardim P, Santos L, Matos E, Santos A. J Forensic Leg Med, 16(8): 455-9, 2009: The existing data suggest that individuals experiencing intra-familial abuse are affected more significantly than those experiencing extra-familial abuse. This study aims to identify possible differences between these types of abuse. [Source: SafetyLit] Abstract: http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds[]=citjournalarticle_126115_24 <http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5b%5d=citjournalarticle_126115_24>  

An Interplay of Individual Motivations and Sociocultural Factors Predisposing Men to Acts of Rape in Kenya. Muchoki SM & Wandibba S. Int Journal of Sexual Health, Vol 21(3):192 - 210, July 2009: The paper is based on findings of a study conducted in three main prisons in Kenya between January and March 2008. Abstract available at http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a914661417~db=all~jumptype=rss

Childhood Maltreatment, Intervening Variables, and Adult Psychological Difficulties in Women: An overview. Briere J, Jordan CE. Trauma Violence, 10(4): 375-88, Abuse 2009: This article reviews the complex relationship between child maltreatment and later psychosocial difficulties among adult women. [Source: SafetyLit] Abstract: http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds[]=citjournalarticle_126214_24 <http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5b%5d=citjournalarticle_126214_24>  

Measuring Attitudes toward Gender Norms among Young Men in Brazil. Development and Psychometric Evaluation of the GEM Scale. Pulerwitz J & Barker G. Men and Masculinities, Volume 10 Number 3, April 2008 322-338: This article describes the development and psychometric evaluation of a twenty-four-item scale to measure attitudes toward gender norms among young men: the Gender-Equitable Men (GEM) Scale. http://www.promundo.org.br/Pesquisa/Artigos/GEM%20Scale%20Article%20-%20Pulerwitz%20and%20Barker.pdf 

Alcohol-related sexual assault victimization among adolescents: prevalence, characteristics, and correlates. Young A, Grey M, Abbey A, Boyd CJ, McCabe SE.  J Stud Alcohol Drugs. Jan;69(1):39-48, 2008: The purpose of this study was to document the prevalence and describe the characteristics of alcohol-related sexual assault among middle and high school students. [Source: Prevent-Connect] Abstract: http://www.jsad.com/jsad/article/AlcoholRelated_Sexual_Assault_Victimization_Among_Adolescents_Prevalence/2201.html 

Longitudinal associations between problem alcohol use and violent victimization in a national sample of adolescents. Thompson MP, Sims L, Kingree JB, Windle M. J Adolesc Health. 2008 Jan;42(1):21-7: This study investigated the longitudinal associations between problem alcohol use and victimization, and whether these associations varied by gender. [Source: Prevent-Connect] Abstract: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18155026 

In their own words: Learning about child sexual abuse by listening to the perpetrators. Sharma A., & Gilgun JF. The Indian Journal of Social Work, 69(3), 321-338. 2008: The purpose of this article is to contribute to knowledge about perpetrators of child sexual abuse in India. Full document available at http://www.svri.org/words.pdf 

Ethics in Violence Against Women Research: The Sensitive, the Dangerous, and the Overlooked. Fontes, L.A., Ethics & Behavior, 14(2), 141-174, 2004: In the article, the author describes dilemmas involved in cross-cultural research, research on children, informed consent, voluntariness, coercion, deception, safety, mandated reporting, and dissemination. Full article: http://www.svri.org/ethics.pdf

For additional issues related resources and articles on sexual violence visit our issues pages:  http://www.svri.org/issues.htm <http://www.svri.org/issues.htm>  

VI. Events

Access to Justice for Women in Situations of Violence, October 20-21, 2009, Quito, Ecuador: The purpose of the regional forum is to present the results of the comparative study on Women's Police Stations carried out in Brazil, Ecuador, Nicaragua, and Peru regarding access to justice for women in situations of violence and the exercise and respect for their rights, in order to make proposals for the improvement of public policy in this sector. [Source: AWID] Website: http://www.awid.org/eng/Women-in-Action/Events-around-the-world/Regional-Forum 

Violence, Gender, Culture & HIV in the 21st Century, October 1 - December 30, 2009: The Social Science Research Council, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, and UNIFEM are hosting the online forum "Fourth Wave: Violence, Gender, Culture & HIV in the 21st Century" to discuss the gendered structural inequalities that have a direct bearing on women's and girls' vulnerability to HIV. Visit: http://www.awid.org/eng/Women-in-Action/Events-around-the-world/Online-Discussion3 

Rape & Justice in Ireland, 7 December 2009: RCNI will launch Rape and Justice in Ireland: A national study of survivor, prosecutor and court responses to rape. This groundbreaking, landmark research will inform the investigation of crimes of sexual violence in Ireland for decades to come, and paves the way for further urgent research projects. A one-day conference, to coincide with the launch, will address the key findings and far reaching recommendations. This is an invitation only event. Formal invitations will be issued in October.To request an invitation, please contact sarah at rcni.ie. Website: http://www.rcni.ie/rape-justice-in-irl.aspx 

For more events visit: http://www.svri.org/calendar.htm <http://www.svri.org/calendar.htm>  

VII. Funding Links / Scholarships / Research Opportunities

Request for Proposals: Consultant - The Young Feminist Fund / The Association for Women's Rights in Development / Mexico City, Mexico (preferred, but flexible) / Closing date: October 30, 2009. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 12 October 2009] Read more: http://www.awid.org/eng/Jobs/Jobs-at-AWID/Request-for-Proposals-Consultant-The-Young-Feminist-Fund 

Applications Open - Human Rights Advocates Program: The application for the 2010 session of the annual Human Rights Advocates Program at Columbia University is now available. The application is available online at: http://hrcolumbia.org/hrap/apply/. 

SVRI Funding Links Page: For details on funders who have funding sources available for research on sexual violence visit: http://www.svri.org/funding.htm <http://www.svri.org/funding.htm>  

VIII. SVRI Online Event, 28 September - 20 October, 2009: Researcher Trauma, Safety and Sexual Violence Research 

Please join us online from 28 September to 23 October to participate in our online moderated discussion on Researcher Trauma, Safety and Sexual Violence Research. Researching with sexual violence survivors can be traumatic. The effects of being indirect witnesses of trauma and abuse can result in secondary traumatic stress or vicarious trauma. Recognising the impact of researching sensitive topics is important in developing strategies to support the research team to identify, manage and where possible prevent vicarious trauma. Through this discussion we are seeking your help to enable us to look after ourselves better while undertaking sexual violence research and assist those researchers who follow us. 

The discussion is being moderated by Dr Jan Coles. Jan is a family medicine practitioner from Melbourne Australia. Her research investigates the impact of childhood sexual violence on early mothering, occupational violence and child abuse prevention. The online discussion will form the basis for a researcher safety briefing paper and an online questionnaire. To participate in this discussion join the SVRI Online Discussion Forum at: http://www.svri.org/forums/ and click on the discussion entitled: Researcher Trauma, Safety and Sexual Violence Research. We look forward to meeting you online! 

The SVRI provides you with a platform to interact online with other members of the SVRI who have registered with the SVRI Online Discussion Forum. If you have not already done so, please join us online for our discussion on researcher trauma or respond to other postings online. To view current discussions, comment on postings and / or create your own please visit: http://www.svri.org/forums/

IX. Vacancies

Communications Manager / The Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID) / Cape Town, South Africa (preferred, but flexible) / Closing date: October 16, 2009. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 12 October 2009] Read more: http://www.awid.org/eng/Jobs/Jobs-at-AWID/Communications-Manager 

Director of Women's Programs: Women's Political Participation / The National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI) / Washington, DC, USA. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 12 October 2009] Read more: http://www.awid.org/eng/Jobs/Jobs-Around-the-World/Director-of-Women-s-Programs-Women-s-Political-Participation 

Crisis Prevention and Recovery Advisor (Rule of Law & Gender) / UNDP / Bissau, Guinea-Bissau / Closing date: October 30, 2009. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 12 October 2009] Read more: http://www.awid.org/eng/Jobs/Jobs-Around-the-World/Crisis-Prevention-and-Recovery-Advisor-Rule-of-Law-Gender 

Specialist in Social Development and Gender / Social Development Direct / Abuja, Nigeria / Closing date: October 15, 2009. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 12 October 2009] Read more: http://www.awid.org/eng/Jobs/Jobs-Around-the-World/Specialist-in-Social-Development-and-Gender 

Gender Specialist / ACDI/VOCA / Iraq. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 12 October 2009] Read more: http://www.awid.org/eng/Jobs/Jobs-Around-the-World/Gender-Specialist 

Regional Programme Specialist - Gender in Conflict / UNDP / Bangkok, Thailand / Closing date: October 18, 2009. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 12 October 2009] Read more: http://www.awid.org/eng/Jobs/Jobs-Around-the-World/Regional-Programme-Specialist-Gender-in-Conflict 

Gender and Energy Expert / Winrock International / Lahore, Pakistan. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 12 October 2009] Read more: http://www.awid.org/eng/Jobs/Jobs-Around-the-World/Gender-and-Energy-Expert 

Gender & Public Health Specialist / The International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) / Washington, DC, USA. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 12 October 2009] Read more: http://www.awid.org/eng/Jobs/Jobs-Around-the-World/Gender-Public-Health-Specialist 

Senior Technical Specialist / The International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) / New Delhi, India. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 12 October 2009] Read more: http://www.awid.org/eng/Jobs/Jobs-Around-the-World/Senior-Technical-Specialist 

Events Coordinator / The International Women's Development Agency (IWDA) / Melbourne, Australia / Closing date: October 23, 2009. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 12 October 2009] Read more: http://www.awid.org/eng/Jobs/Jobs-Around-the-World/Events-Coordinator 

Executive Assistant to the COO / The Global Fund for Women/ San Francisco, CA, USA / Closing date: October 18, 2009. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 12 October 2009] Read more: http://www.awid.org/eng/Jobs/Jobs-Around-the-World/Executive-Assistant-to-the-COO 

HR Associate / The Global Fund for Women / San Francisco, CA, USA / Closing date: October 25, 2009. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 12 October 2009] Read more: http://www.awid.org/eng/Jobs/Jobs-Around-the-World/HR-Associate 

Senior Gender Based Violence Coordinator / The International Rescue Committee (IRC) / Liberia. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 12 October 2009] Read more: http://www.awid.org/eng/Jobs/Jobs-Around-the-World/Senior-Gender-Based-Violence-Coordinator 

Deputy Director / The International Planned Parenthood Federation / Western Hemisphere Region (IPPFWHR) / New York, NY, USA / Closing date: October 30, 2009. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 12 October 2009] Read more: http://www.awid.org/eng/Jobs/Jobs-Around-the-World/Deputy-Director 

Sexual violence is a global issue that requires coordinated evidence-based responses.

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