“A free 2-hour live SOAR to Health and Wellness training on February 17, 2021 from 1-3pm (eastern) that teaches providers how to identify and respond to human trafficking. “
“This webinar explores strategies advocates have created to navigate the challenges of the pandemic, including issues of self-care, shortages of personal protective equipment, outreach, crisis response, shelter and law enforcement and justice systems responses.”
Bridges: A Connect Call For Asians, Native Hawaiians, And Pacific Islanders Addressing Gender-Based Violence
“On February 10, 2021 at noon PST, for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, join our “Bridges” AAPI Connect Call for a discussion around how relationship abuse and sexual violence impact Asian and Pacific Islander teens, youth, and young adults.”
“This five-part webinar series will focus on the 50 most frequently identified substances in driving under the influence case submissions analyzed at the Michigan State Police Toxicology Unit.”
“During this webinar, Luana Nelson-Brown, MSPH discusses ending the demand for human trafficking through the lens of racial justice.”
“This session will present the latest data known about the effects of COVID-19 on human trafficking, inform the audience about online predator dangers, and discuss the challenges in identifying trafficking victims.”
“This webinar will describe the importance of using a trauma-informed approach to supporting survivors of sex trafficking with disabilities and provide attendees with skills to more effectively support these survivors.”
“Speakers will highlight the importance of prevention, provide tips for communicating with youth, delve into what domestic trafficking looks like, and share personal experiences with trafficking.”
Over half of stalking offenders are current or former intimate partners. On average, intimate partner stalkers pose the greatest risks to their victims. In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM), this webinar highlights the significant connections between stalking and intimate partner violence.
This presentation addresses the issues that investigators, prosecutors, victim advocates, and medical personal often encounter in alcohol facilitated sexual assaults.