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The most recent sexual harassment and assault scandal is centered in Hollywood yet the scope of sexual violence extends far beyond California. Sexual violence, in all its forms, is a widespread societal issue. The #MeToo social media campaign helped elevate the magnitude of sexual violence into nati... Read More
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MCADSV incorporates prevention strategies in all of our core services: education, alliance, research and public policy. As a coalition, we are motivated to be inclusive and unite others in social change. No one person, organization or sector can accomplish this work alone. With this in mind, MCADSV ... Read More
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The Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence is seeking an organized, self-directed and motivated professional for a position as a Member Services Specialist. Apply by Friday, October 20, 2017, here.   MCADSV, a social-justice membership agency, has a growing membership of more... Read More
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The Justice Department today announced a new initiative to combat sexual harassment in housing. The initiative specifically seeks to increase the Department’s efforts to protect women from harassment by landlords, property managers, maintenance workers, security guards, and other employees and... Read More
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The Missouri business community is taking a stand against human trafficking. On Tuesday, September 26, Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley, along with the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry, announced the formation of a new coalition of Missouri businesses committed to work together to end ... Read More
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The MCADSV publication The Latest in Data, updated and re-released this September, contains Missouri and national data on domestic violence, sexual violence, stalking and human trafficking, including statistics on services, demographics and prevalence reports, and other information. These  stat... Read More
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Legislation passed in 2017 by the Missouri General Assembly and signed into law by Gov. Eric Greitens took effect August 28. MCADSV's publication, New 2017 Missouri Law, details the provisions in different areas of law most of interest to advocates working to prevent and end domestic violence, sexua... Read More
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MCADSV staff have modernized and redesigned our website in order to keep member programs and collaborative partners informed of our work to end rape and abuse. This is a recognition that we live in a digital world, and the majority of the public look online for reliable, trusted sources for educ... Read More
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The result of dramatic compromise by legislators, two Missouri laws go into effect on August 28 to designate an official state wonder dog and a state historical dog. “Jim the Wonder Dog,” now officially known as, “Missouri’s Wonder Dog,” was known for predicting the... Read More
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MCADSV is encouraging members and supporters to join others from across the country and participate in the National Housing Week of Action held July 22-29, to raise awareness of the intersection of domestic violence and homelessness. Our Homes, Our Voices is facilitating the National Housing Week ... Read More
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