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WCASA is Wisconsin's only state-wide coalition dedicated to ending sexual violence.

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        Our Mission

        The Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault creates the social change necessary to end sexual violence. 

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        About WCASA

        WCASA Job Vacancies


        Web Developer

        WCASA seeks a web developer to design and code a visually appealing, user‐friendly website with clear navigation. This includes presentation of a draft design and ability to take staff feedback into consideration. The developer will be in constant communication with WCASA staff to assure the website meets agency usability and functionality.

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        Brand Designer

        WCASA seeks a brand designer to graphically design and/or illustrate a new logo, print media, letterhead, business cards, color and branding semantics, to be incorporated agency-wide.

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        Upcoming Events

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        > 10/27: Iron Jawed Angels Film Showing, Madison

        > 10/30: Regional SART Meeting, Wausau

        > 11/3-6: SAVAS, Madison

        > 11/7: CCR Networking Meeting, Madison

        > 11/13: WCASA Annual Meeting

        > 11/20: CCR Networking Meeting, Wausau




        > 2014 WCASA Events

        > Regional TA Events

        > Statewide Events


        WCASA Blog

        Guest Opinion (The Oregonian): Rape victims should not be afraid to report crimes

        This Guest Opinion is re-posted with permission from Danielle Tudor, author of this article. The original can be found at http://www.oregonlive.com/opinion/index.ssf/2014/03/rape_victims_should_not_be_afr.html. I learned recently that Richard Troy Gillmore requested that his ninth parole hearing, which was scheduled for April 9, be postponed for another two years.  To me, this is a victory in my ongoing […]

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        New Research:

        Strengths and Silences: The Experiences of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Students in Rural and Small Town Schools (report by GLSEN; link to press release on their site; study can be downloaded as PDF from linked page)

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        Some items that have been updated:

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