This webinar panel raises the voices, expertise and leadership of Indigenous Two Spirit and LGBTQ youth to provide a foundation and direction to advocates, school personnel and families about how to effectively and respectfully advocate when youth and teens are experiencing dating violence.
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The New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NYSCADV) presents a series of four webinars based on the “The Allstate Moving Ahead Curriculum” for financial empowerment, created by the Allstate Foundation and NNEDV.
A Call to Men's two-session Training Institute will activate a grassroots movement promoting healthy manhood and addressing male domination, white supremacy, and the intersections of oppression that contribute to gender-based violence, assist participants in laying the groundwork for the social change in their communities and culture, and provide participants with hands-on training on how to effectively engage in local community organizing efforts.
In Our Own Voices is pleased to invite you to the Winter Training Series: Building Blocks! Part 4 of the series, the goal of this workshop is to explore the dynamics and impact of sexual violence LGBT individuals experience.
In recognition of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM), love is respect, a project of the National Domestic Violence Hotline, will host a webinar on February 25th.TDVAM is a month-long effort dedicated to raising awareness about teen and young adult dating abuse.
Domestic violence advocates, especially legal advocates, have a unique role to play as we move forward to make the changes needed so that all survivors have access to more options for safety. In this engaging panel discussion, participants will learn to address the harsh reality that survivors of color remain burdened with additional barriers to safety, imposed by racism.