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An Online Resource Library on Gender-Based Violence.

Centering Our Work on Historically Marginalized Communities

Event Date
Tuesday, May 02, 2017, 03:00PM

The Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence has been on a transformational journey—from an inward-facing individual and organizational transformation to an outward-facing journey.  Idaho Coalition staff members Kelly Miller and Jennifer Martinez will describe what inspired the transformation and what the internal individual and organizational changes look like.  They will also discuss the external changes and how these changes will impact their future work.  Kelly and Jennifer will talk about their organization’s process as they shifted their work to focus on historically marginalized communities, and will share the successes as well as challenges they have experienced during this journey.  They will discuss their theory of change that serves as a foundation for the organization, and will share key organizational documents they have utilized during their transformation.  Kelly and Jennifer invite you to “join this messy conversation on what ending gender violence fueled by multiple, systemic oppressions can look like!”

Anyone interested in learning more about how an organization — in this case a state coalition — transformed not only the focus of their work, but also how they do their work, will benefit from this webinar.  This may include community- and system-based advocates, criminal justice professionals, and other practitioners.

Register here!

Event Contact Information

Event Contact Name
National Clearinghouse for the Defense of Battered Women
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