Safety Net is a new resource available to assist advocates and survivors of DV, thanks to the NNEDV (National Network to End Domestic Violence). They have added this to their survivor resource toolkit, which you can view here. The resources are availabe in English and Spanish and they discuss ways to navigate tech safety. A few examples of the topics:
Basic Technolgy Safety
Securing accounts and devices
Technology and Sexual Assault
Teens and Technology
Stalkerware and Location tracking
At ICADV we know that violence is preventable, and every day we are working towards our vision of a world where all intimate relationships are non-violent and equitable. While want to eliminate violence, and we also want to promote safe, supported, and respectful relationships. We work for equity, across identities and multiple types of relationships, to ensure that our physical safety and emotional wellbeing are respected in our intimate relationships. At ICADV, we are working to make safe and respectful relationship behavior the easy and expected choice. To create relationships that are equitable and non-violent, we believe we have to fundamentally change the ways that we use power in relationships. We work to move from a model that celebrates competition and supports the use of power over others to one that celebrates shared, collaborative, and collective power.
To view the ICADV website, click here.