Dating violence conference
An underlying theme of the conference was how the Episcopal Church and Christians, in general, have a unique ability to be a force for change in the country despite daunting challenges.
Among those challenges is the belief of some Christians that social justice causes should not be the church’s causes, a stance that the Rev.
It was a beautiful morning for a run, walk and wheelchair in downtown Indy.
Futures Without Violence is a health and social justice nonprofit with a simple mission: to heal those among us who are traumatized by violence today – and to create healthy families and communities free of violence tomorrow.
From domestic violence and child abuse, to bullying and sexual assault, our groundbreaking programs, policy development, and public action campaigns are designed to prevent and end violence against women and children around the world.
Striving to reach new audiences and transform social norms, we train professionals such as doctors, nurses, judges, and athletic coaches on improving responses to violence and abuse.
Adult Staff will have their fee waived, and selected Youth Staff will have a reduced rate to attend the conference.
The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) is the voice of victims and survivors.
For those past participants or youth staff members who have completed their 1st year of college (or are at least 19 years old) and are interested in volunteering for a conference A-Team position ( working behind the scenes), please contact Cheryl at [email protected] an A-Team application to be sent to you.
Prevent Connect is pleased to announce the 2017 series of web conferences, Towards Community Health and Justice.
It is an excellent opportunity to receive training in many areas of youth leadership/drug prevention programming.
We value the commitment of those youth and adults who are willing to assist in helping teens make positive choices and we promise to make the conference a learning, rewarding and fun experience for both the adult and youth staff.
But speakers regularly emphasized that the problem is not isolated to one city, nor is the outlook as bleak as many news headlines suggest.