Vera Institute of Justice's Center on Victimization and Safety
This conference brings together professionals from a variety of fields including criminal justice, disability rights, Deaf rights, self-advocacy, violence against women, and other to highlight promising practices for serving survivors with disabilities; explore emerging issues at the intersection of violence and disability; and foster networking among those working to end violence against people with disabilities. The conference features 5 keynote addresses, more than 30 workshops, a promising practices showcase, and an art exhibit.Who Should Attend
Disability organization advocates, educators, and managers
Domestic violence program advocates, educators, and managers
Law enforcement officers
Rape crisis center advocates, educators, and managers
Self-advocates and survivors
State domestic violence and sexual assault coalition staff
Office on Violence Against Women grantees
Other allied professionals
Organizations from the same community are encouraged to attend in teams to foster collaboration. This conference is an OVW-approved conference. With approval from your OVW Program Specialist, OVW grant funds can be used to support your attendance.
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