Massachusetts Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (MATSA) & MASOC) and
This joint conference will offer three professional tracks including workshops that focus on adolescents or children who have sexually abused; adults who perpetrate violence; and victim-centered approach to this work. Register now.
This one-day summit will examine the research on child maltreatment deaths, especially exploring the presence and possible significance of adult domestic violence. Attendees will also participate in a detailed mock review of a child maltreatment death that involved domestic violence and discussions with national experts.
NCCASA’s 2015 Conference, Sexual Violence at the Intersections, will focus on the importance of converging social justice movements, as we work collectively toward equity for all people and a society free of sexual assault and other forms of violence. We will also highlight issues of sexual violence including, but not limited to, campus work (Title IX & Clery Act), military sexual assault, human trafficking, and the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA). We are looking for workshops that address primary prevention, service delivery & intervention, enhancing agency capacity, outreach, community organizing, and program management & development.
The Society for Public Health Education’s 66th Annual Meeting offers an exciting opportunity to share your research findings, program impacts, policy changes, perspectives, and expertise with the health education and health promotion professional community.Annual meeting subthemes include: Advancing Health Education through Technology and Innovation; Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults: Health Needs of the Future Generation; Culture, Diversity, and Health: Local and Global Perspectives; Disparities and Inequity: Health Education and Promotion for Social Justice; and Systems, Policies, and Practices: Current Trends and Future of Health Education.
Gender Conference East's mission is to provide a safe and supportive space dedicated solely to the needs of children and youth across the gender spectrum, as well as for their families and the professionals working with them. Learn more about us, our understanding of gender, and how we chose our programming.
This site is supported by Grant/ Cooperative Agreement No. 1UF2CE002359-02 from the 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 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.