Paper to Practice presents evidence-based research in short, easy-to-watch videos. Our first two video series, Intersectionality and Reproductive Coercion, are available to watch today!
“API-GBV shared themes and learnings from listening sessions with the broader community. This includes barriers faced by survivors from the diverse AAPI community, how COVID has impacted the last year of advocacy, and intersections with experiences of xenophobia and racism.”
“This webinar explores how faith can be both a barrier and a resource for older victims and how partnerships between service providers and faith leaders can strengthen well-being and support for older victims of abuse.”
“This webinar features subject matter experts who share practical guidance and insights on how to create inclusive environments, practices and policies that support transgender survivors of human trafficking.”
“Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) officials are offering tips and resources to help Michiganders cope with winter, or seasonal, blues that are common at this time of year.”
“This webinar discusses survivor-centered strategies for advocates and attorneys who work with older victims as they navigate the court system. This webinar includes tips and best practices to apply while preparing to seek a protection order, during court appearances, and after an order is granted.”
What are the advocacy needs of American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Survivors of Gender-Based Violence?
“Gender-based violence affects the majority of American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) peoples. About 84.3% of AI/AN women have experienced some form of violence during their lifetime.”
“This webinar will: identify how language choices can impact outcomes in sexual assault cases, increase participants’ knowledge of how language shapes perception and show how appropriate language can lead to greater justice in cases of sexual violence.”
“In the topical and much-discussed arena of guardianship, a setting rife with the possibility of abuse, Eldercaring coordination has emerged as a meaningful intervention.”