This event is part two of five of BWJP's GAL National Webinar Series. BWJP will discuss the definitions of coercive control, and how perpetrators of harm who use coercive control think about and benefit from their abusive behavior.
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This webinar presentation will highlight the work of Desiree’ Coyote, Family Violence Services Program Manager with the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and Diana Fleming, with the Oregon Department of Justice in developing and implementing an equitable distribution of funding for tribal domestic violence programs in Oregon.
A Call to Men's two-session Training Institute will activate a grassroots movement promoting healthy manhood and addressing male domination, white supremacy, and the intersections of oppression that contribute to gender-based violence, assist participants in laying the groundwork for the social change in their communities and culture, and provide participants with hands-on training on how to effectively engage in local community organizing efforts.
Sharing the experiences of St Louis County, MN, the presenters will prepare participants to identify, investigate, and locate where the intimidation of domestic violence victims occur; and pay particular attention to the intimidation of victims in the courthouse.
Leave No Victim Behind V, the only national conference to focus on mass violence response, will be held virtually on August 17–19, 2021. This year’s theme is Serving Victims of Mass Violence During a Pandemic and Civil Tragedy. Conference topics will include virtual service delivery to victims of mass violence, the 20th anniversary of 9/11, how to create a community resiliency center, law enforcement officers who lose their lives in the line of duty, response to workplace violence, federal resources, and creating a permanent memorial.
This event is part three of five of BWJP's GAL National Webinar Series. BWJP will build upon the first two sessions and take a closer look at how coercive control effects shared parenting, and one's ability to effectively co-parent.