Our purpose is create a world free from oppression where actions, beliefs and systems support all people to thrive. This year’s legislative agenda is focused on ending domestic violence homicides, establishing housing protections for victims, and ensuring economic supports. Click below to read our full agenda.
Click here to make your voice heard on proposed rules changes to Title IX that will weaken protections for survivors and contribute to educational inequity.
The Vermont Network is proud to announce our 2018 Domestic Violence Awareness Month campaign – Your Voice Matters, Your Vote Matters. Now, more than ever, it is essential that we use our vote and our voice to help uproot the causes of violence. Click on the image below to visit our page where you can learn about where statewide candidates … Read More
A joint statement from VT Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, Vermont Works for Women, Planned Parenthood Vermont Action Fund, Voices for Vermont’s Children, The Vermont Women’s Fund and Women’s March Vermont: We stand with Dr. Christine Blasey Ford as she testifies today before the Senate Judiciary Committee. As organizations that work on issues impacting the well-being of women and girls in Vermont, we know that this … Read More
Click here to view a summary of laws passed during Vermont’s 2018 legislative session that impact victims and survivors of stalking, sexual assault and domestic violence.
In a recent Op-Ed in VTDigger, Karen Tronsgard-Scott, Executive Director, highlighted the important link between mass shootings, gun reform and domestic violence. Read the full commentary here!
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Each year, the Vermont Network works in partnership with it’s Member Organizations and stakeholders to develop a policy agenda that drives public policy and advocacy during the legislative session. Please click here to read this year’s policy agenda.
In the light of the #MeToo campaign and the almost daily revelations about sexual misconduct, many people are talking about “this moment” and the “turning tide” of the acceptance of sexual harassment and assault. I’ve been thinking about this along with every other woman, and wondering if we really are turning a corner. We are at this moment in Vermont, … Read More