Join fellow law enforcement personnel, prosecutors, victim advocates, judges, parole and probation officers, rape crisis workers, medical personnel, faith community members, educators and others for this conference highlighting promising practices and emerging issues in sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking. Register by December 31, 2009, and save $100.00 off the full conference fee!
Feminist Majority Foundation is proud to partner with Spelman College, the Spelman Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance, the Spelman Women's Research and Resource Center, and Bennett College for Women
The Feminist Majority Foundation is proud to partner with Spelman College, the Spelman Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance, the Spelman Women's Research and Resource Center, and Bennett College for Women to bring you the 3rd Annual Women of Color Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, October 9th & 10th, 2009.
The conference will bring together feminist activist leaders from communities of color around the country. Student leaders will learn about various social justice issues and come together as women of color and allies to strategize for real sociopolitical change as part of a larger movement for justice and equality.
By focusing on advocacy and activism to create political change, the 3rd Annual Women of Color Conference will help to unite all young women to take action in the fight for equality! Topics will include women's health, violence against women, health care reform, the economy, global reproductive rights, media, and much more.
Basic SANE Training Topics to be addressed includes: 1. Dynamites of sexual assault/Advocate response/Rape trauma syndrome 2. History of Forensic Nursing-Roles, responsibilty, ethics for the nurse 3. Georgia Sexual Assault Laws 4. DNA-evidence collection, role of the forensic scientist 5. Gathering, Announcements, Questions 6. Developmental Anatomy across the Life Span 7. Medical Forensic Evaluation of Adolescent & adult 8. Trauma Injury Identification 9. Male Sexual Assault 10. Suspect examinations 11. Elder interview and Elder Sexual Abuse 12. Drug facilitated sexual assault 13. Documentation and interview of the sexual assault patient 14. Procedures of the GA State Police Crime Lab (Non-Reporting? And kit storage and collection?) 15. Case review with forensic Photography 16. Basics of the Sexual Assault Investigation 17. SASETA Updates 18. Strangulation 19. Crime Victims Compensation 20. Role of the Prosecutor/Role of the Defense Attorney 21. Mock Trial 22. Tips on testimony and how to build your CV 23. Sex Offender Characteristics 24. Treatment, Referral and Follow-up 25. Compassion Fatigue, Clinical Requirements, & Evaluations
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