Safety Net: the Safe & Strategic Technology Project has launched its newest publication, a joint venture with Facebook, called Privacy & Safety on Facebook: A Guide for Survivors of Abuse.
Facebook contributed some amazing design work and also helped to make sure that this received some great media coverage. One of the best quotes we’ve seen came from NBC:
"While the guide may be particularly helpful for survivors of domestic violence, dating abuse, cyber-stalking and the like, it is also the clearest, most informative guide to Facebook's privacy and safety features we've seen in quite some time."
You can download the latest version from the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) website:
Privacy & Safety on Facebook: A Guide for Survivors of Abuse
Here's their official announcement:
NNEDV Launches Facebook Privacy & Safety
We thank Erica Olsen and all the hardworking staff at NNEDV for assembling this helpful guide.
October 28 - 30, 2013
Registration now open!
The UDVC is delighted to announce that registration is now open for the 22nd Annual Domestic Violence Conference "Choose to Cherish: Survivors and Advocates" scheduled for October 28—30, 2013.
This year we have an excellent array of national keynote speakers over the three full days including Kim Gandy, President & CEO of National Network to End Domestic Violence; Linda Chamberlain, Ph.D. Consultant and founder of the Alaska Family Violence Prevention Project; Karen Foley, MSW Founder of Triple Play Connections in Washington State and a national trainer on Domestic Violence and Chemical Dependency; Pat Vivien, Consultant and co-author of “Organizational Trauma & Healing”; and Lundy Bancroft, nationally recognized author and trainer with over 20 years’ experience specializing in interventions for abusive men and their families.The dynamic agenda also includes local leading experts. Please join us to learn, connect with peers, and re-energize for the work ahead.