|Coalition against Trafficking in Women|
NGO based at the University of Rhode Island, with partners in various countries. Promotes the right of all women to be free from sexual exploitation, including prostitution, sex tourism, and bride trafficking. Some resources on site available in French, Italian, Spanish, or Portuguese.
Thai NGO that works toward the elimination of child prostitution, child pornography, and the trafficking of children for sexual purposes.
International human rights organization dedicated to action for the civil, political, economic, and social rights of girls and women. Campaigns to end female genital mutilation and rape. In English, French, Spanish, and Arabic.
|Gender and HIV/AIDS|
A comprehensive web portal on the gender dimensions of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, including violence against women. A collaboration between UNIFEM and UNAIDS.
|Human Rights Watch|
Women's rights section includes publications on sexual violence, trafficking of women and girls, and rape as a weapon of war. There is a separate section on domestic violence. Section on prisoners includes publications on prison rape.
|National Coalition Against Domestic Violence|
Builds coalitions, supports community programs, and undertakes public education, and policy and legislative initiatives. Serves as information and referral center for the general public, media, battered women, and member organizations.
|The Sexual Violence Research Initiative|
A WHO initiative which aims to build an experienced and committed network of researchers, policymakers, service-providers, activists, and donors to ensure that the many aspects of sexual violence are addressed from the perspective of different disciplines and cultures.
|Stop Prisoner Rape|
Seeks to end sexual violence committed against men, women, and youth in all forms of detention. Includes several publications.
|Women Against Violence Europe (WAVE)|
European network of NGOs working to combat violence against women and children. Includes publications and database (see "advanced search") searchable by organization or topic, best practice models, newletter (in English and French), and links.
|HIV InSite Knowledge Base|