“Survivor Law Clinic from MCEDSV seeks to make crime victims’ rights more meaningful for all Michigan victims. The Clinic provides the following services: Legal representation of crime victims to enforce their crime victims’ rights and mitigate the effects of victimization.”
“This session provides an in-depth look at the Volunteer Management victim assistance protocol. Volunteers play a key role in our communities in the aftermath of crises, disasters, emergencies, and incidents of mass violence.”
An informational webinar providing up-to-date analysis on the impact of the public charge inadmissibility rule on immigrant survivors. Includes information about how determinations will be made, which survivors will be exempt, and how the rule will impact survivors and their families.
NNEDV has developed a tip-sheet with 10 Tips to Have an Informed Conversation about Domestic Violence, including what to ask and how to respond.
“Cultural identities contain the histories of a people that include traditions, struggles, achievements, and triumphs. Cultures nourish pride, resilience, belonging, intersectional identities, and connection to community. But culture is used to justify gender violence and inequality by evoking traditional beliefs and practices about how women and girls should be treated.”
“This webinar will help advocates understand the unique and important roles that doulas and midwives can play in supporting Black pregnant survivors, and how domestic violence programs can partner with them effectively.”
Factsheet: Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence, and Human Trafficking in Native Hawaiian Communities, 2020
This factsheet provides statistics and information on domestic violence, dating and sexual violence among Native Hawaiian youth, DV-related homicide, dynamics in lesbian relationships, and human trafficking in Native Hawaiian communities.