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The Center for the Study and Prevention of Gender-Based Violence — housed in the Department of Women and Gender Studies at the University of Delaware (UD) — is an interdisciplinary, feminist, intersectional collaborative that integrates scholarship with community activism. A synergistic community of scholars and practitioners, the Center generates evidence-based prevention and intervention strategies to impact policy that is implemented locally, regionally and nationally.
The Center is dedicated to the study of, prevention of and support for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, human trafficking and other forms of gender-based violence. Its scholarship seeks to document, investigate and ameliorate the causes and effects of gender-based violence.
One of its unique functions is the commitment to workforce development as a distinct prevention strategy. As such, the Center provides training, informed by pioneering research, to students and professionals for victim-service work and prevention practices.
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The Department of Women and Gender Studies is an interdisciplinary department that provides students with the tools to develop their critical perspectives as scholars and social activists. Its courses encourage students to recognize that all systems of oppression must be examined, whether they concern gender, race, class, ethnicity, age, sexuality or nationality. Its faculty focus on the complexities and dynamics of intersectional approaches to provide students with resources for examining and identifying pathways to social change.
The Department also offers a first-of-its kind training in gender-based violence that prepares students for a variety of fields dedicated to survivor support and prevention initiatives.
To learn more about the Center for the Study and Prevention of Gender-Based Violence, contact Center co-directors Jennifer Naccarelli or Angela Hattery.