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Technology-Facilitated Gender-Based Violence (TFGBV) is part of a continuum of violence that can be both online and in-person. Here are some quick ways to ensure that your tech use and sharing are done more safely. Although these may sound simple, these easy steps can make a big difference in your privacy.
This toolkit provides women, youth, gender-diverse people, and frontline workers with safety planning information to strategically use technology in ways that can enhance safety and take back some control if they are being harassed, threatened, stalked, or abused through a perpetrator’s misuse of technology.
The Technology Safety and Privacy Toolkit provides women, youth, and gender-diverse people experiencing technology-facilitated gender-based violence (TFGBV) with safety tips, general information, and strategies to use technology safely and increase privacy. This toolkit also includes tips on securing specific devices and using specific platforms and technology.
This toolkit helps women, youth, gender-diverse people, and frontline workers preserve digital evidence in circumstances involving technology-facilitated gender-based violence (TFGBV). It acts as a guide to learn about the laws and best practices surrounding digital evidence preservation and the potential use of this evidence in cases involving technology-facilitated violence
The Legal Remedies for Technology-Facilitated Gender-Based Violence (TFGBV) Toolkit is a guide to help women and frontline anti-violence workers better understand the legal causes of action available in response to various forms of technology-facilitated gender-based violence.
Many women who leave abusive relationships end up dealing with multiple legal processes as they try to rebuild their lives – a family court process to determine decision-making responsibilities and parenting time, navigating immigration issues, a criminal case against their abuser. Learn how these different processes interact with each other.
A webinar detailing Safe at Home, an alternative approach to serving families experiencing domestic abuse and violence that focuses on healing the whole family. The abusive partner is the one to move to an off-site facility or independent living, while their partner and children stay in their home.