Are you an advocate, community member, educator, corporate leader, or practicing aspiring ally committed to helping dismantle sexism and racism in your life, family, community, or organization? A Call to Men’s Training Institute provides in-depth training and education to help you create meaningful impact in your work and aspiring allyship practice.
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An Introduction to Trauma-Informed Care in Anti-Trafficking Services is a 1.5-hour session designed for professionals in the anti-trafficking field who are doing direct service work and wish to embed trauma-informed care within their services.
The Women Are Sacred (WAS) Conference is one of the oldest and largest gatherings of advocates, survivors, Tribal domestic and sexual violence programs, Tribal community members, Tribal leadership, law enforcement, and Tribal court personnel dedicated to ending violence against Native American women and children. WAS offers state-of-the-art training and networking opportunities designed to increase the capacity of Tribal nations, Tribal domestic violence, and community-based programs to address violence in Tribal communities.
This unique 3-day training summit focuses on the intersection of technology and domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and trafficking. Covering a wide range of technology-related issues, this conference will be helpful to advocates, legal professionals, technologists, and law professionals who work with survivors of abuse.
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.
NOVA’s 49th Annual Training Event is scheduled for July 31 – August 3, 2023 in New Orleans! This year, NOVA's theme is the Power of Connection. NOVA’s premier training event will be attended by approximately 1,700-2,000 victim assistance professionals from around the world.