The first of these reports details our findings broken down by Gender and Age.
The second focuses on differences in response by whether young people are at School, University or not in education.
Youth are the most likely group to be victims or perpetrators of teen violence, but the results of teen violence affect everyone.
Raliance is comprised of three national sexual violence prevention organizations – the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC), the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA)-Prevent Connect and the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence (NAESV) - with over 70 years of anti sexual violence activism.
Raliance – be the generation that ends sexual violence.
Less than one percent of violence-related deaths occur at school. Schools are more likely to be dangerous if they are senior high schools in urban environments, and minority groups in these environments are most at risk of being killed at school.
Youth are less likely to be involved in teen violence if they have learned nonviolent ways to solve problems, if they have strong family ties, and if they have goals and a commitment to school.
: In 2014, Youth Action and the White Ribbon Foundation surveyed over 3,000 young people across Australia on their attitudes to Domestic, Family and Teen Dating Violence.
This included questions on attitudes to gender equity and how common young people felt domestic violence was in Australia society.
National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention Established in 2010, the National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention is a network of communities and federal agencies that work together, share information and build local capacity to prevent and reduce youth and gang violence.
Preventing Youth Violence Webinar This February 2014 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention webinar explored the societal burden of youth violence and the evidence-based approaches and partnerships that are necessary to prevent youth violence and its consequences. Listenbee Jr., JD, Administrator of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
Raliance brought together a community of diverse activists whose stories have not been central to the movement and use this national space to elevate the visibility of these stories in order to eradicate gender-based violence.