Announcing the SAAM 2020 theme: I Ask
Nameless Digital Screening
Nameless is a documentary that addresses child sex trafficking in Washington, DC, and at-large. Through interviews with experts, advocates, and activists, child sex trafficking is reframed as a form of sexual violence that is often made invisible.
Celebrating 40 years of Achievements
In 1976, Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children and the State of Hawaii partnered to establish the Sex Abuse Treatment Center (SATC) as a safe place where survivors of sexual assault could go to receive comprehensive and confidential care.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month
The #MeToo movement has confirmed what those of us doing anti-sexual violence work have known for years — that sexual violence is prevalent, it can happen to anyone, and the impact on survivors is long-lasting.
SATC’s 2018 Legislative Agenda
SATC is advocating for a number of measures during the 2018 Hawai‘i State Legislative Session. Here are some of the key pieces of legislation that SATC is supporting.
SATC Staff Advanced Training
SATC staff received advanced training in working with survivors in LGBTQ communities with Michael Munson, executive director of FORGE, a national technical assistance provider with respect to sexual violence issues affecting LGBTQ people, hosted by the Hawai‘i Coalition Against Sexual Assault.
SATC Receives “Top Cop” Award
The Law Enforcement and Security Coalition of Hawai‘i selected SATC to receive the Outstanding Association Award during the 33rd “Top Cop” Annual Law Enforcement/Security Awards Banquet.
Shots Film and Discussion Guide Training
SATC, in partnership with the Hawai‘i Coalition Against Sexual Assault, created the film “Shots.” The film is part of SATC’s [ r e s p e c t ]™ campaign, which aims to build healthy and safe relationships, environments and communities.
SATC Prevention and Education Presentation for the Hawai‘i Youth Services Network
SATC staff members attended the Hawai‘i Youth Services Network’s (HYSN) Quarterly Networking Membership Meeting on July 19, which focused on providing an overview of sexual violence in Hawai‘i.
University of Hawai‘i Law School Advocates in Public Interest Law Program
APIL was established by the University of Hawai‘i William S. Richardson School of Law’s Class of 1985 to address access-to-justice issues by promoting advocacy for underserved populations, including victims of abuse and violence.