As interest in The Link has grown globally, it has become increasingly more important to make resource materials about the connections between animal abuse and human violence available in languages other than English. The National Link Coalition is pleased to include the following materials in our National Resource Center, and encourages our friends in other countries to translate Link materials and share them with us.
Also see our list of Link Coalitions in other countries to connect with individuals and organizations working together to stop animal abuse and human violence.
What is the Link? ¿Qué es El Link? (The National Link Coalition’s brochure about animal abuse’s links to domestic violence, child maltreatment and elder abuse, graciously translated by Spain’s GEVHA Link coalition.)
How to Form a Link Coalition in your Community / Maltrato Animal y Violencia hacia Humanos: Herramientas para Crear una Coalición del Link en tu Comunidad (GEVHA translation of the National Link Coalition’s Toolkit for starting a local Link coalition)
Indicators of Animal abuse /Indicadores de maltrato a animales. Part 1 (Discrepancies in history and sexual abuse) and Part 2 (Non-Accidental Injury). (What to look for when you suspect animal maltreatment, graciously provided by Spain’s GEVHA Link coalition.)
Indicadores de Maltraito a Animales (GEVHA brochure to help law enforcement personnel recognize signs of animal abuse)
Are You and Your Pet Sharing a Secret? (Compartes un secreto… con tu animal de compañía?) (Spanish and Catalan versions of a poster for a domestic violence pet support program, from GEVHA)
Posters Investigaciones (pdfs of 8 posters presented by GEVHA at criminology and other academic conferences)
Análisis y caracterización del sector de los animales de compañía. Informe de Resultados. (Results of a study of animal cruelty in Spain, published Nov. 30, 2015 by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment (MAGRAMA)
Spanish Link Bibliography (List of 10 research sources in Spanish by GEVHA’s Dr. Nuría Querol)
Criminalidad hacia animals como factor criminólogico de seguridad y relación entre conductas violentas (SECVI report presented at 9th Spanish Criminology Conference on animal abuse as a safety risk factor).
El maltrato animal a manos de menores (SECVI summary of animal abuse committed by juveniles).
El maltrato animal y las personas mayores (SECVI review of animal abuse and the elderly).
Fact Sheet on The Link and Domestic Violence (Os Animais de Companhia e a violência doméstica — Fatos). (Translation of fact sheet on animal abuse and domestic violence from NCADV and AHA, from the São Paulo Link Coalition.)
Link Violencia Humana-Abuso Animal: Uma Realidade Mundial — 27-slide customizable PowerPoint, with speaker’s notes, produced in 2015 by Lar em Paz in Brazil.
See the Link Brochure – Extended version (Se Sambandet: Till Dig som arbetar med våldsutsatta människor eller djur) — (32-page brochure created by Sweden’s Se Sambandet Link coalition)
See the Link Brochure – Abridged version (Se Sambandet: Till Dig som arbetar med våldsutsatta människor eller djur) — (8-page summary brochure created by Sweden’s Se Sambandet Link coalition)
Domestic Violence Pet Safety Posters — (Se Sambandet posters for veterinary clinics asking clients if they and their dogs or cats feel safe at home, with domestic violence hotline information)
Circle of Violence (Cirkel van gewald) — (Summary reports and Phil Arkow’s PowerPoint from 2009 Link conference in Utrecht)
Domestic Violence and Animal Cruelty in The Netherlands (Huiselijk geweld en dierenmishandeling in Nederland) – (78-page exploratory study by Wendy Garnier and Marie-José Enders-Slegers of the animal abuse/domestic violence link in Holland)
The Link between Animal Abuse and Human Violence (Le Lien sur les animaux et les humains) – (Andrew Linzey’s 2009 compilation of 27 chapters on The Link, translated into French)
What is The Link? (translation by Mal Plant)
Interview with National Link Coordinator Phil Arkow (by Turkish blogger Burcu Emel)
Interview with Australian sociologist Nik Taylor (by Turkish blogger Burcu Emel)