Join the first in a series of four webinars with the Labor Department’s Women's Bureau and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). This webinar will focus on the importance of addressing gender-based violence and harassment (GBVH) in the service industry and how GBVH impacts worker health and safety.
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Black women-identified survivors have been disproportionately harmed by the triple pandemics of COVID-19, intimate partner violence, and racial injustice. As a field, we must boldly design and create innovative approaches to service provision. This 2-part series will give advocates the tools and practical strategies to identify, reach, and effectively serve this population.
The National LGBTQ+ Institute on IPV welcomes guest presenter Jovita Belgarde for their presentation on the history and experiences of Two Spirit people and barriers faced when accessing supportive services. This workshop will include best practices, recommendations, and resources for advocates and service providers working with Two Spirit people.
During this webinar, Olga Trujillo and Cierra Thomas Williams will explore the unique dynamics of violence in the lives of people with disabilities. This will include a focus on what you can do to help make your program and community more accessible.
DV RISC is excited to invite you to our five-part webinar series on the most prevalently researched lethality risk factors commonly addressed in intimate partner violence (IPV) risk assessments: Stalking, Strangulation, Recent Separation, Firearms, and Pregnancy Abuse & Reproductive Coercion. Each webinar will focus on the research behind the risk factor, and practical strategies that can be implemented once it's flagged on a risk assessment.
For Part 2 on February 28, join Jennifer Becker (BWJP) for a conversation about interviewing children, particularly those who have been subjected to or witness violence and abuse. Through conversation, Jennifer will provide advice about age-appropriate ways to discuss sensitive topics, avoiding asking leading or suggestive questions, and identifying when to ask follow-up questions to elicit more detail.