This webinar will provide domestic violence advocates accurate, user-friendly information about how survivors can use technology to protect themselves. In addition, participants will learn methods for using technology to secure the identity, privacy, and confidentiality of survivors.
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This webinar will examine the complexities of human trafficking and the challenges survivors face when deciding whether or not to obtain a protection order.
This webinar, featuring Max Barrows of Green Mountain Self-Advocates and Kaitlin Shetler of the Vera Institute of Justice, will address the barriers Autistic survivors face in seeking healing services following sexual and domestic violence and ways in which service providers can better meet their needs.
During a time of austerity and cutbacks, art is viewed more and more as a luxury for the few. But movements for social justice have long known that art and cultural work are necessary to give expression to our struggles, reach a broad base, and build power for change. In the Art for Action webinar series, the NW Network will explore how local anti-violence programs can continue to engage art for action.
Advocacy for survivors of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and social change to end domestic violence requires an understanding of the dynamics and tactics of IPV. This webinar overviews the root causes of domestic violence in Indigenous communities, then focuses on the dynamics and tactics of IPV from a survivor’s perspective.
This webinar will help people better understand domestic violence within an Islamic framework, including statistics about domestic violence in Muslim communities, the different types of abuse, and what we all can do to address and prevent violence in our families and communities. This event will be held entirely in Arabic.