Resource Library

Our Resource Library includes culturally-grounded resources developed by NIWRC to support tribes, tribal programs, and advocates working on issues of violence against Native women, as well as other materials and publications from outside sources. NIWRC-produced resources may be repurposed or reproduced as long as NIWRC is cited as the source.

You can also order select resources from the NIWRC Store

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Nov 21, 2022
Special Collection

A resource page to assist communities in creating a coordinated response to stop violence against Native Women. Read More ››

Nov 14, 2022
Webinars

2022 Tillie Black Bear Woman Are Sacred Healing Camp - Session Recordings Read More ››

Nov 2, 2022
Toolkit

COVID-19 mitigation measures are actions and precautions that may reduce local COVID-19 transmission. This toolkit provides information, strategies, and pre-written language to best ensure the implementation of safe practices within our work communities.  Read More ››

Oct 20, 2022
Webinars

Long COVID (or post-COVID) conditions are impacting nearly 1 in 5 adults in the United States, according to a recent U.S. Census Bureau study analyzed by the CDC and released in June of this year. Long COVID symptoms range from fatigue, rapid… Read More ››

Oct 12, 2022
Webinars

This webinar provides an opportunity to challenge each other to think about how colonized thinking, and subsequent internalized oppression impacts us as advocates.



How can our Indigenous beliefs inform our advocacy? What does it mean to re-Indigenize our relationships with survivors and the way we do advocacy? This conversation… Read More ››

Sep 28, 2022
Toolkit

STTARS DVAM Toolkit for HUD ONAP, Tribal Housing Entities and Tribally Designated Housing Entities Read More ››

Sep 28, 2022
Tribal Resource Tool

On August 16, 2022, HUD issued a Dear Tribal Leader Letter regarding implementation of the



Violence Against Women Act. The letter acknowledged the survivor-centered provisions



included in VAWA (2005, 2013, and 2022) regarding housing. Read More ››