Following the sudden withdrawal of U.S. military presence from Afghanistan in 2021, nearly 100,000 Afghan refugees were evacuated to the United States. Tens of thousands still remain on U.S.
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The National Sexual Violence Resource Center, in partnership with an advisory group, made up of organizations working at local, state, and national levels to support Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and Asian American and Pacific Islander survivors of sexual violence, has released
Registration is now open for the Wraparound Services for Survivors of Human Trafficking webinar presented by Freedom Network Training Institute. This webinar will give an overview of ways to incorporate wraparound services into programs for survivors of human trafficking. In this webinar, presenters will provide information about best practices, as well as cover the basics and importance of utilizing a Human Rights-Based Approach when working with survivors.
This webinar will present what is known about connections between child maltreatment and later forms of violence that extend to and beyond mid-life. Of interest to all those looking to reduce violence and improve our response to victims.
Survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking (DV, SA, HT) need access to education and job training programs that are grounded in trauma-informed practices. This webinar will focus on recognizing barriers to employment and education for survivors and strategies for building strong cross-sector collaborations between advocacy service providers and workforce development programs. This presentation is designed for service providers, anti-human trafficking collaborations and/or task forces.
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 allyship practice. Participants will: Join a community of individuals committed to using their influence and platforms to affect systemic change and create anti-sexist and anti-racist organizations.