In the News (May 8, 2015- May 15, 2015)
Compiled by Liz Clift, CCASA Contributor
Twitter has an abuse problem. Already knew that? Great, now science will back you up.
“It’s On You.”
If bare shoulders are a “distraction” she is not the problem, you are.
The UN is getting involved with the US military – and its sexual assault program.
Entering the mind of your rapist?
A Hollywood acting coach’s accuser has come forward about the assault she experienced at age 13.
A Broomfield, CO middle school teacher has been charged with sexual assault of a student.
The Indiana Attorney General has created a special division for victims of sexual assault, domestic abuse, and human trafficking.
Under Congress’ new 20 week abortion ban, survivors of rape will still have trouble getting access.
At least 127 women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo were raped last month, during an armed attack, according to a report that came out this week from Doctors Without Borders.
Augmented reality and an Indian rape-fighting superhero.
How an aid worker’s struggle to have her rape recognized helps give a voice to women in Kenya.