The work of the Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence (LCADV) builds upon a 40 year history of groundbreaking achievements and movement leadership. We share our Annual Reports to demonstrate our continued progress and commitment to ending domestic violence through education, public policy, resource development, technical assistance, systems advocacy, and social change.
LCADV sends out quarterly newsletters to member programs, individual members, web sign-ups, and allies. To sign up to receive LCADV newsletters immediately you can become a member or become a web sign-up.
March 2018: https://mailchi.mp/e71667cbeff8/lcadv-lagniappe
September 2018: http://mailchi.mp/a863db00fdf2/lcadv-lagniappe-1483549
January 2019: https://mailchi.mp/3cb8c41342f1/lcadv-lagniappe-1515509
September 2019: http://mailchi.mp/778999da0ab3/lcadv-lagniappe-1590933
REPORTS & ASSESSMENTS
Each year LCADV publishes an annual report to showcase our progress in Louisiana’s efforts to end domestic violence. Click on the links below to read about our remarkable achievements from previous years.
Amnesty International Report
Amnesty International, a global human rights organization, has issued a research report detailing Louisiana’s systemic responses to domestic violence and calling for improvements.
The report, Fragmented and Unequal, found that “The US and Louisianan authorities have failed to meet their obligations to exercise due diligence to prevent intimate partner violence and to effectively investigate, sanction and provide remedies in cases of violence. Survivors of intimate partner violence in Louisiana face an inconsistent and potentially harmful response from the institutions whose responsibility it is to protect them.”
Download Amnesty International’s full report, Fragmented and Unequal, here:
This report provides an analysis of select aspects of domestic violence response in Louisiana, supplements information available from other sources, and identifies significant areas of remaining need in our state’s domestic violence response. It is meant to give a voice to domestic violence survivors as it relates to their experience navigating various systems. It is presented in a detailed format that can be used as a reference document for planning purposes. See the full report and appendices here.