NCADV conferences provide a forum for one of the nation’s largest gatherings of victims and survivors, advocates, service providers, and other professionals working to address the issue of domestic violence.
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"The foundation of advocates’ role in Indian Country is built upon our indigenous understanding of our relationships and roles as Relatives in the context of historical and ongoing dynamics of colonization. The key principles of advocacy come from indigenous cultural beliefs and values, and encompass concepts of resilience, trauma-informed approaches and sovereignty. These are the themes of this workshop with a focus on the dynamics and impact of battering/intimate partner violence, particularly on Native women.
The National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center will host a 90-minute webinar on emerging trends and case studies addressing economic mobility. The webinar will highlight survivor-informed models that organizations may implement on financial literacy and sustainable employment opportunities for people who have experienced trafficking.
NIWRC will facilitate this conversation to hear from Native women survivors of domestic and sexual violence and their advocates about what women need in the short and long term, and how can our grassroots organizing movement continue to change the culture of and prevent domestic violence.
This overview discussion will help put you on a path to answering these questions. With some key definitions explained plus small deep dives into cultural strategy case studies, viewers will be able to explore this ever-increasing strategy of how art can lead for social justice.
Peaceful Families Project (PFP) is profoundly grateful and excited to announce their intent to host the Annual National Imam/Chaplain Training (Insha’Allah) on September 24-26, 2021 projected to be in the Washington, D.C./Northern VA area.