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Infographic

Intimate Partner Violence, sexual violence, and stalking are widespread, impact all types of people, and cause far-reaching health issues. The good news is they are preventable. Understand these types of violence through an infographic and take action to stop them before they start in your community.

Research

A new study highlighted in the Annals of Epidemiology explores the rates of intimate partner violence among people with a disability.

Definitions

CDC releases “Intimate Partner Violence Surveillance: Uniform Definitions and Recommended Data Elements, Version 2.”

Strategy

THRIVES—CDC’s Global Technical Package to Prevent Violence Against Children—aims to help countries prevent violence against children.

Data

Findings show global rates of sexual violence against children are high; few victims receive supportive services.

Strategy

This World Health Organization (WHO) report—the first of its kind—provides a global knowledge base on suicide.

Research

A new study shows Early Head Start may reduce some forms of child maltreatment.

Data

How CDC, UNICEF and the Cambodian government used survey results to address—and help prevent—violence against children.

Definitions

This document includes the latest information available for standardizing sexual violence surveillance definitions and data elements.

Data

This report examines sexual violence, stalking, and intimate partner violence victimization using data from 2011.