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California adopts historic 'yes means yes' rule on sexual consent

September 29, 2014 at 4PM EST

The Guardian, September 29, 2014: Officials say legislation will begin a paradigm shift in how college campuses in California prevent and investigate sexual assaults

Gender-Based Violence: Challenging Social Norms to Prevent Domestic Abuse

September 29, 2014 at 4PM EST

International Business Times, September 24, 2014:There are a number of challenges in developing strategies to change inequitable and harmful social norms that result in gender-based violence, American researchers have said.

Violence against women badly hurts SA's economy

September 29, 2014 at 4PM EST

Mail & Guardian, September 22, 2014: Gender-based violence (GBV) costs the South African economy a staggering R28.4-billion to R42.2-billion a year. This is according to a new KPMG report, “Too Costly to Ignore – the Economic Impact..."