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Assessment Tools Webinar, Part 1: Native Alliance Against Violence

2021-12-07T15:18:25+00:00

This webinar covers:  1. What is a survey 2. Advantages vs. disadvantages 3. Things to consider (why, what, who, how) 4. Types of questions 5. Informed consent 6. Analyzing data for program/policy development and/or improvement. This webinar will also provide an example of a post-training survey and a community survey. We will help programs understand the difference between program assessment for improvement and evaluative research type activities – the latter being an activity that cannot be done with OVW tribal government grant funds.

Assessment Tools Webinar, Part 1: Native Alliance Against Violence2021-12-07T15:18:25+00:00

How to Use the Blue Campaign in Tribal Communities: MSH-TA Webinar Series

2021-12-07T15:18:25+00:00

Introducing the Department of Homeland Security’s Blue Campaign, a national public awareness campaign, designed to educate the public, law enforcement and other industry partners to recognize the indicators of human trafficking, and how to appropriately respond to possible cases. Blue Campaign works closely with DHS Components to create general awareness training and materials for law enforcement and others to increase detection of human trafficking, and to identify victims.

How to Use the Blue Campaign in Tribal Communities: MSH-TA Webinar Series2021-12-07T15:18:25+00:00

Privacy, Confidentiality and Privilege: What Every VAWA-funded Entity Needs to Know, MSH-TA Webinar Series

2021-12-07T15:18:25+00:00

Are verbal releases allowed? Do we need a release to share information between different units of the same organization? May a minor sign a release? Does state advocate privilege law apply in tribal court? Come learn the answers to these and other VAWA privacy-related questions. We will review the elements of VAWA confidentiality, discuss who they cover, untangle mandatory reporting laws, and review the newest federal privacy provisions that apply to OVW grantees. The webinar will include case scenarios, issue spotting, and reflective exercises. Bring your questions, concerns and confusion; let’s sort them out together

Privacy, Confidentiality and Privilege: What Every VAWA-funded Entity Needs to Know, MSH-TA Webinar Series2021-12-07T15:18:25+00:00

Responses for our Two-spirit/LGBTQ Relatives Webinar: Red Wind Consulting

2021-12-07T15:18:25+00:00

11:00 am AKDT | 12:00 pm PDT |1:00 pm MDT | 2:00 pm CDT | 3:00 pm EDT. The Honor Project, reported by the Indigenous Wellness Research Institute at the University of Washington (2010), indicates high levels of assault among Two-spirit people in the United States: 78% of female-identified respondents reported physical abuse in their lifetime and 85% experienced sexual assault in their lifetime. There is a high need for responses, and it is critical that we respond to our Two-spirit relatives. This webinar will discuss the impacts of sexual abuse and domestic violence against our Two-spirit/LGBTQ relatives. What “Two-spirit” means and what our Two-spirit relatives identify as. Red Wind's Responses for Urban Native Programs T/TA Project will also discuss the mental health, safety issues, and unique challenges experienced by LGBTQ2S+ survivors that reside in urban locations.

Responses for our Two-spirit/LGBTQ Relatives Webinar: Red Wind Consulting2021-12-07T15:18:25+00:00

Sexual Assault Protection Orders: MSH-TA Webinar Series

2021-12-07T15:18:25+00:00

A discussion of protection orders unique to the sexual assault survivor as well as protection order overlaps when a sexual assault survivor is also a survivor of domestic violence. We will delve into how a protection order addresses safety and batterer accountability, and include tips to drafting an enforceable protection order for sexual assault survivors.

Sexual Assault Protection Orders: MSH-TA Webinar Series2021-12-07T15:18:25+00:00

Understanding the Nexus of Sexual Violence and the Science of Addiction Webinar: IAFN

2021-12-07T15:18:25+00:00

Many people do not understand why or how other people become addicted to drugs. They may mistakenly think that those who use drugs lack moral principles or willpower and that they could stop their drug use simply by choosing to do so. Drug addiction is a complex disease, and quitting usually takes more than good intentions or a strong will. Drugs change the brain in ways that make quitting hard, even for those who want to quit. Fortunately, researchers know more than ever about how drugs affect the brain. Learning objective: Participants will learn the science of addiction. They will leave with the ability to explain why substance use disorders are a disease of the brain as well as a disability.

Understanding the Nexus of Sexual Violence and the Science of Addiction Webinar: IAFN2021-12-07T15:18:25+00:00

Trafficking in the Digital World – What is Happening Online for Indigenous People: MIWSAC

2021-12-07T15:18:25+00:00

Advocates other service providers require continued education on the new dangers online. Since the pandemic, there are many new criminal and digital threats that are unknown to many doing this work. Please join us as we discuss what to look for, how to monitor, current trends/apps, and support digital trafficking survivors while creating safer online life-ways in Indigenous communities.

Trafficking in the Digital World – What is Happening Online for Indigenous People: MIWSAC2021-12-07T15:18:25+00:00

SART 101 Webinar: Strategies for Success: IAFN

2021-12-07T15:18:26+00:00

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."

SART 101 Webinar: Strategies for Success: IAFN2021-12-07T15:18:26+00:00

Weaving Our Wisdom by Decolonizing Our Work: MSH-TA Webinar Series

2021-12-07T15:18:26+00:00

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.

Weaving Our Wisdom by Decolonizing Our Work: MSH-TA Webinar Series2021-12-07T15:18:26+00:00

Indigenous Solutions: The Importance of Culturally Centered Advocacy Webinar: IAFN

2021-12-07T15:18:26+00:00

This webinar will explore the importance of Indigenous options for Native survivors of sexual violence. Including the prevalence of sexual violence experienced by American Indian and Alaska Native survivors and why Indigenous solutions are critical as a crisis and long-term response for Native Survivors of sexual violence. We will also explore the importance of culturally centered/Indigenous centered response for laying the foundation for healing and recovery.

Indigenous Solutions: The Importance of Culturally Centered Advocacy Webinar: IAFN2021-12-07T15:18:26+00:00
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