Nuestras Voces: National Bilingual Sexual Assault Conference

Día (s): 2 and 3

Learn from leaders in Latinx victim advocacy and sexual violence prevention at Arte Sana's 8th Nuestras Voces conference!

Since 2005, the Nuestras Voces National Bilingual Sexual Assault Conference has been guided and supported by members of the Alianza Latina en contra la Agresión Sexual, ALAS - the national Latinx alliance against sexual violence established in 2004.  In 2008, Nuestras Voces was the first national Sexual Assault or Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) conference to offer a complete workshop track en español. 

Local: Milwaukee, USA
Fecha: May/02/2019 - May/03/2019
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Healthy Moms Happy Babies: Healing Approaches to Preventing and Responding to Domestic Violence in Home Visitation Programs

Día (s): 29

Many home visitation and early childhood staff struggle with how best to address issues of domestic violence (DV) among their clients.  Healthy Moms/Happy Babies, now in its fourth edition, is an interactive curriculum that addresses the barriers and difficulties staff experience in addressing DV. The webinar provides knowledge on  approaches to DV for survivors that were developed in concert with communities who are most affected. In this webinar, how personal and or vicarious trauma or abuse may impact the ability to do this work will also be addressed. Specific strategies and tools, both personal and organizational, will be presented to address the needs of front-line staff and managers so that they feel adequately situated to hear a positive disclosure of abuse.

Time: 1-2:30pm Eastern Time

Local: Online
Fecha: May/29/2019
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Is Female Genital Mutilation Declining?

Día (s): 29

Presented by the UNICEF-UNFPA Joint Programme.

Time: 9-10am EST

Local: Online
Fecha: May/29/2019
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Addressing Domestic Violence in Early Childhood Education Programs

Día (s): 30

Domestic violence harms many families with young children. Early childhood teachers and caregivers can help children heal. Programs can support healthy relationships and stop domestic violence in their communities.

Please join the webinar to learn how early childhood programs can help families affected by domestic violence.  We will share strategies, tools and resources created in partnership with The National Center on Parent, Family and Community Engagement.

This webinar will be co-sponsored by Promising Futures: National Capacity Building Center to Expand Services for Children, Youth and Abused Parents and the National Resource Center on Health and Domestic Violence (HRC).

Time: 2-3:30pm EST

Local: Online
Fecha: May/30/2019
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