The California Women’s Law Center closely monitors the fight to end sexual assault on college campuses and is committed to providing students and their advocates the resources they need to prevent campus sexual assaults and secure justice for survivors.
The California Victim Compensation Program (CalVCP) can help victims and family members of victims of crimes help pay for bills and related expenses that result from certain violent crimes, such as domestic violence, sexual assault, and elder abuse. If you have been the victim of a violent crime or have been threatened with injury, you may qualify for financial compensation.
This document is intended to provide a summary of the Office for Civil Rights “Dear Colleague” letter issued on April 4, 2011, which provided special Title IX guidance on sexual harassment and sexual violence in schools.
|NWLC Fact Sheet: Limiting Nondisclosure and Nondisparagement Agreements That Silence Workers: Policy Recommendations (2020)||Access|
|Advocates for Youth Resource: State Policy Playbook for Ending Campus Sexual Assault (2017)||Access|
|CWLC Resource: Summary of New Title IX Guidance on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence in Schools (2011)||Access|
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