CONFERENCE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
In order to end domestic and sexual violence we need to dismantle the systems of oppression and inequity that perpetuate and allow gender-based violence to thrive. We need to come together across the state to share ideas, support one another, and work toward a mutual worldview free of domestic and sexual violence.
As the statewide coalition to end domestic and sexual violence, we are excited for the opportunity to bring together advocates, community organizations, and survivors at our annual conference. It is critical that we form connections and develop healing centered engagements with survivors in our efforts to prevent gender-based violence.
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS:
Fostering System/Cultural Change
Workshops that discuss engagement of our communities to create and foster cultural change.
Healing Centered Engagement
Move past trauma-informed care to move towards healing centered engagement with survivors.
Focused on statewide educators working with youth or engaging their communities in the fight toward ending gender-based violence.
Dual focused track: 1) Engage non-profit management and leaders to discuss sustainability in non-profit settings; and, 2) Provide workshops on advocate self-care and well-being.
Communicating to Influence, Engage and Empower- Jennifer Webb
We Choose All of Us: Centering Historically Marginalized Youth – Jennifer Martinez
Liberation as Prevention – Vanessa Timmons
Special room rates available for Conference attendees.
Use code: NCEDSV9 (valid through August 23)
This conference is supported by the Nevada State Division of Public and Behavioral Health through Grant Number NUF2CE002475 from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Division nor Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As well as supported by the Administration for Children and Families, Family Violence Prevention and Services, Grant No. 1801NVSDVC. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the presenters and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act.