This training will provide law enforcement, prosecutors and advocates the opportunity to connect with peers from around the country to examine and discuss the impact of gender bias on the criminal justice system's response to domestic and sexual violence. Framed by the recent Department of Justice guidance, "Identifying and Preventing Gender Bias in Law Enforcement Response to Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence," participants will have the opportunity to identify how gender bias is at work in their own systems and learn ways to address it.
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This webinar series covers building a modest financial foundation and making plans for the future, which are crucial skills you can impart to individuals so they are empowered to make informed, responsible financial decisions to re-establish their lives.
Two day educational training event for high schools, colleges and universities. LOVEISRESPECT on campus: preventing sexual assault in high school and college will provide education and prevention strategies on engaging young men to reduce sexual assault while promoting healthy respectful manhood. A CALL TO MEN has reached 500+ colleges and universities, educating students and faculty members in healthy, respectful manhood, and preventing violence and discrimination against all women and girls. Who should attend?
Raliance has a bold vision for a future without sexual violence. To help us build collective power and voice to achieve this, we are convening ThisGEN: Youth Summit from March 6th-10th 2017 in Washington DC. This 5-day event will engage sophomore and junior High School students in leadership and learning opportunities through three tracks.
You are invited to the 1st Economic Justice Summit in Detroit, Michigan held by the National Network to End Domestic Violence on March 7-9th! The Economic Justice Summit is geared toward advocates, coalitions, activists, and legal professionals. Attendees will have access to expert training on domestic violence and financial empowerment – see agenda highlights below. Hosted by the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), the Economic Justice Summit will have three tracks: Policy, Practice, and Partnerships. Registration fee: $50
With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) strategic vision focused on preventing multiple forms of violence by addressing shared root factors, more and more communities are finding ways to operationalize this.