Posters fro teens againsst dating violence
Download the parent, safety planning and define love (English and Spanish) palm cards.
Together, we can raise the nation’s awareness about teen dating violence and promote safe, healthy relationships.These wallet-sized cards connect holders to loveisrespect’s services and list the warning signs of abuse.They’re great for handing out to large groups and can be carried discreetly. IN VIDEO MESSAGE, VICE PRESIDENT BIDEN CALLS ON NEW GENERATION TO TAKE ACTION IN PREVENTING DATING VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT AT SCHOOL AND ON CAMPUS, The White House, Office of the Vice President, Washington, DC: September 13, 2011. PARENTAL PUNISHMENT AND PEER VICTIMIZATION AS DEVELOPMENTAL PRECURSORS TO PHYSICAL DATING VIOLENCE INVOLVEMENT AMONG GIRLS, Alison E. Stepp, Shuangyan Xiong, Kate Keenan, Arjan Blokland and Rolf Loeber, PARENTS OF MURDERED DATING VIOLENCE VICTIM, LEGISLATORS AND TEACHERS UNITE TO LAUNCH 'MADE' ~ MOMS AND DADS FOR EDUCATION TO STOP TEEN DATING ABUSE, Liz Claiborne, Inc., New York, NY: December 2, 2008. Ennett, GOVERNMENT LEADERS, SENIOR POLICY MAKERS, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE EXPERTS DISCUSS MOST EFFECTIVE WAYS TO STOP DATING VIOLENCE AMONG MIDDLE SCHOOL YOUTH AT CAPITOL HILL EVENT, Futures Without Violence and Jewish Women International, Washington, DC: February 10, 2011. Wibbelsman, OUR VULNERABLE TEENAGERS: THEIR VICTIMIZATION, ITS CONSEQUENCES, AND DIRECTIONS FOR PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION, Madeline Wordes and Michell Nunez, National Council on Crime and Delinquency, and The National Center for Victims of Crime, May 2002.Download the “Dating Abuse Affects 1 in 3″ poster here, the “Love Should Be Fun & Exciting” poster here and the orange and pink LOVE posters here.Please download, print and distribute the handouts below and help more people benefit from the information on loveisrespect!11” x17” posters are distributed and displayed at business storefronts, lobbies of non-profit organizations, libraries, hospitals, bus stops, schools, coffee shops, churches, synagogues, and at many other locations.Posters are not sold but rather freely distributed to create awareness in the prevention of violence.In his Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month Proclamation President Obama called on all Americans “to stand against dating violence when we see it.” At a time when an estimated 1 in 10 teens will experience dating violence we all must take this opportunity to amplify our efforts and shine a spotlight on this important issue. Nationwide, youth age 12 to 19 experience the highest rates of rape and sexual assault.Studies show that approximately 10% of adolescents report being the victim of physical violence at the hands of an intimate partner during the previous year.