The Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence's bi-monthly community connect calls are intended to be a space for AANHPI advocates, community members, and allies to connect, dialogue, share successes, problem solve, and network. In the August call, participants will discuss access for AAPI survivors of gender-based violence who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.
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This event is part four of five of BWJP's GAL National Webinar Series. Session four will introduce participants to the four part SAFeR approach to child focused decision-making in family law cases. Presenters will discuss how to use the SAFeR resources to gather and synthesize information, as well as how to arrive at recommendations that are tailored to the lived experiences of families.
The San Diego Summit is a unique forum for professionals across all disciplines and philosophies to gather for in-depth exchange of current information on all facets of violence, abuse and trauma prevention, intervention and research.
This event is part five of five of BWJP's GAL National Webinar Series. In the last session, BWJP will focus on how you can use SAFeR to enhance all aspects of one's professional practice.
In this virtual workshop, participants will learn about the work of Survived and Punished, a national collective committed to ending the criminalization of survival. The session will introduce participants to the collective's analysis and vision, survivor solidarity actions, and the #FreeThemAll commutations campaign.
In this presentation participants will gain an understanding of Matriarchal and Land-Based services, Eco Systems of Care, and how to utilize the power of the collective to uplift survivor voices and build future Indigenous leaders.