Toward a Healthier, Safer Community- Survey Report on Violence in Asian Immigrant Homes

Korean American Women in Need (KAN-WIN) just published its community survey report on violence in Asian immigrant homes.

It’s available in English and Korean.

Please click  here to view in English,

Or click here to view in Korean (한국어).


Korean American Women In Need (KAN-WIN) was conceived on May 11, 1989 when a group of Korean American women met to discuss ways to aid abused Korean American women and children. Those women more closely affiliated with the social service community saw domestic violence and sexual assault as a community-wide concern and the urgent need for issue awareness in the community, as well as culturally appropriate social services for the abused.

They believe that all women have the right to live free from fear of violence, whether it be psychological, emotional, verbal, sexual or physical.