“This webinar will provide insight and guidance for navigating data collection and program evaluation efforts for human trafficking programs. It will also touch on innovative and evidence-based strategies for implementing trauma-informed program evaluation practices.”
“In this workshop you will learn about the construction of the Black race and the intersectionality of race, gender, ethnicity and identity in order to understand the impact of racism systemic and social disparities and disproportionalities experienced by Black women and develop a culturally specific model to providing services for the Black community.”
“This webinar will offer strategies for dealing with daily work related stress, will increase awareness of the issue of vicarious trauma, and will provide ideas in order to gain organizational support to help sustain and support those working with survivors of trauma.”
“A final list and links to the various webinar recordings and resources from NNEDV’s Cultural Webinar Series by the Native and culturally-specific national TA providers that was just concluded earlier this month. You can also access this list on NNEDV’s website.”
“The presentation will include a review of trauma, historical trauma and their implications on direct service providers during this time of COVID-19; self-care; how to document work; and strategies to maintain survivors’ safety and confidentiality when working remotely from home.”
“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.
“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.”
“While the Covid-19 pandemic can limit survivor options and exacerbate victims’ isolation, stalkers may exploit health concerns and social distancing to continue or even escalate their stalking behaviors. This webinar will highlight Covid-19’s potential impacts on stalking victims and provide strategies for service providers to enhance support and safety.”
This webinar will examine the complexities of human trafficking and the challenges survivors face when deciding whether or not to obtain a protection order. Participants will receive information on how to obtain tools, training, and technical assistance on understanding human trafficking and assisting survivors.