Introducing the concept of social and behavior change through the practice of social marketing. Presenters will explain how social marketing can be used as a method for combating violence against women and children in Native communities.
This webinar will discuss the prevalence of intimate partner sexual assault, the challenges associated with reporting and the specific healthcare and safety needs of American Indian/Alaska Native survivors.
This informational webinar is geared toward state, local and tribal law enforcement officials to provide an overview of federal firearms laws, the different categories of individuals who are prohibited from possession firearms including those convicted of misdemeanor crimes of domestic violence and / or those who are subject to certain domestic violence protective orders. The goal of this presentation is for participants to learn investigative tips on how to build a strong case for federal referral and prosecution.
Building a baseline knowledge of systems-change sexual assault response teams (SARTs), this webinar will also provide SARTs with the knowledge and tools for effective multidisciplinary teamwork, using the SVJI resource, “A Ten Factor Framework for Sexual Assault Response Team Effectiveness.”
Online session examining some of the current habits that impact our daily lives through our organizations, community structures, and the ways that we move through the world. We will explore how we have taken on harmful attitudes and behaviors that do not reflect our values as Native people. We will create space to reflect on how we can decolonize our own individual practices to make change for our communities by weaving together our collective wisdom to end gender-based violence.