Resources Archives - Renewal Forum

Misc. State Policy Resources

During its research the Renewal Forum came across a variety of different tools and resources that were being used by states in their fight against the commercial sexual exploitation of children. With the belief that this information is best when it is shared, please find the material listed below. In exchange for these resources, the Renewal ...

State Policy Responses

During its research the Renewal Forum came across a variety of different tools and resources that were being used by states in their fight against the commercial sexual exploitation of children. With the belief that this information is best when it is shared, please find the material listed below. In exchange for these resources, the Renewal ...

Assessments

During its research the Renewal Forum came across a variety of different tools and resources that were being used by states in their fight against the commercial sexual exploitation of children. With the belief that this information is best when it is shared, please find the material listed below. In exchange for these resources, the Renewal ...

An Evaluation of the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2011

On June 29th, 2011, Senator Patrick Leahy, cosponsored by Sen. Boxer, Sen. Scott Brown, Sen. Cardin, Sen. Cochran, Sen. Feinstein, Sen. Gillibrand, Sen. Kerry, Sen. Rubio, Sen. Wyden introduced senate bill 1301, known as the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2011, in order to extend the work that the United States has done to ...

Legislative Response to the Commercial Sex Exploitation of Children

This toolbox is to intended to give legislators the framework for properly considering what an individual state needs in order to address the sexual exploitation of children in the United States. A Legislature's Checklist

Exploitation as Mitigating Factor in the Prosecution of Prostitution

Criminal procedures, trafficking, prostitution-related criminal laws, and political environments vary widely across the United States, which means enacting effective mitigation laws will require a nuanced approach specifically tailored to each state. Thus while the Renewal Forum puts forward a model text, it is with the realization that different situations will call for variations on this ...

Renewal Forum Position on the Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization 2012

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is a federal law intended to improve America’s response to crimes targeting women, such as domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking. VAWA was first enacted in 1994 and was reauthorized in 2000 and 2005. It is currently up for reauthorization again. Renewal Forum Position on VAWA Reauthorization 2012