Campus Rape May Be ‘Worse Than We Thought

Campus Rape May Be ‘Worse Than We Thought,’ Study Shows Huffington Post read more →

Expert Advice is Essential When Developing a Response to Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault

By Rita Smith Two recent news reports highlight the importance of seeking expert assistance when dealing with domestic violence and sexual assault issues. First, during the NBA playoffs, the Cleveland Cavaliers produced a short fan video clip intended to promote and encourage team spirit and loyalty. Inexplicably, the video included an act of domestic violence, resulting.. read more →

One Reason Why It Is Hard for Colleges & Universities to Address Sexual Violence

One Reason Why It Is Hard for Colleges & Universities to Address Sexual Violence By Jill Pilgrim After spending four days in educational sessions and hearing victim testimonials, I understand why it is so hard for colleges and universities to embrace their role in addressing dating violence and sexual violence impacting their students.  In order.. read more →

Alternative Reporting Options for Sexual Assault Victims

By Rita Smith As a long-time victims’ advocate, I support both attending to the immediate physical, psychological and security needs of a victim of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as the goal of ultimately holding the perpetrator accountable. However, sexual assault is significantly underreported, due in large part to the horrendous process victims.. read more →

Thoughts on Addressing Sexual Violence on College Campuses

By Jill Pilgrim, Esq. & Rita Smith Our recent work on a campus climate assessment on sexual violence got us thinking and exchanging viewpoints about current approaches to prevention and addressing sexual violence on college campuses. The unique eco-system in which most college campuses exist, makes addressing sexual violence in this environment challenging. In addition.. read more →

Bravo Brazil — Parabéns Brasil – But Don’t Get Too Smug

By Jill Pilgrim It’s hard to believe that just a few short weeks ago many of us were transfixed by FIFA World Cup soccer taking place throughout Brazil. Many Americans dropped off after the U.S. team was knocked out of contention. FIFA, the world governing body for soccer/football, should be pleased with this World Cup… read more →

Brazil’s amazing opportunity to benefit all through sport

By Ronald Carvalho and Jill Pilgrim With all eyes on Brazil for this month’s 2014 FIFA World Cup (and the Olympics in 2016), here is the latest post from Precise Advisory Group’s Ronald Carvalho and Jill Pilgrim. Ronald is based in Brazil and also shares some in-country perspectives and insights into the staging of his.. read more →

Brazil’s World Cup, So far so good…

By Ronald Z. Carvalho, Precise Advisory Senior Consultant Olympics in Sochi in February. FIFA World Cup in Brazil in June/July. Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. It’s a busy time for the sports world.  With all eyes on Brazil for this month’s 2014 FIFA World Cup, here is the latest post from Precise Advisory.. read more →

America is not “post racial”; just ask Donald Sterling

A response to Jason Whitlock’s Culture Clash commentary on ESPN.com. By Jill Pilgrim, Esq. For those who heralded Barack Obama’s election as the beginning of the “post racial” era of American history, the LA Clippers-Donald Sterling saga is just one more reminder that this belief is untrue. Setting aside the question — “What does post-racial.. read more →

Brazil’s war among its rival football (soccer) spectators; will violence impact the World Cup?

By Ronald Z. Carvalho, Precise Advisory Senior Consultant Olympics in Sochi in February. FIFA World Cup in Brazil in June. Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. It’s a busy time for the sports world.  With just months to go before the 2014 FIFA World Cup, here is the latest post from Precise Advisory Group’s.. read more →