This webinar will address the significance of intimate partner violence in family court, the importance of assessing the extent, context, and meaning of such violence, and the relevance and possible usefulness of such risk assessments.
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From thermostats to toothbrushes, the “Internet of Things” is connecting all aspects of our life, which can come with a serious price for survivors of domestic violence. Join NNEDV's Safety Net Project to learn how the rise in internet-connected devices has also led to increased opportunities for misuse, harassment, and stalking.
Focused on the intersections of health and domestic, sexual, and intimate violence, the National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence brings together the nation’s leading medical, public health and family violence experts from across the U.S. with increased international participation. The conference presents the most recent research and promising clinical, advocacy and public health responses to domestic and sexual violence. Learn more here.
In this webinar, Dr. Kathleen Ferraro will explore the benefits and practicalities of collateral interviews to expand our understanding of the lives of victims and perpetrators in fatality reviews.
This webinar will discuss lessons learned and experiences from the field around ensuring meaningful and effective communication with all survivors, with a special focus on situations that involve multiple language needs, languages of limited diffusion and scarce resources.
This webinar with provide an Indigenous grassroots overview of participatory research methods that we can use to tell our story about the important work we are doing in our communities. The webinar will be an introductory tour that will touch upon: (a) reasons to consider doing research, (b) the types of questions that can (and cannot) be addressed by quantitative and qualitative research, (c) when research should (and should not) be undertaken, and (d) working with outside researchers.