Attend a First Ever Historic Event! The International Summit to End Sexual Violence
Where: NEW YORK CITY at Fordham University’s Rose Hill Campus (Bronx)
When: JULY 10-11, 2016
Who: World leaders, the UN, Amnesty International, Celebrities, Politicians, Exec. Directors International Organizations, Authors, Educational Leaders, Health Care Leaders, Corporate Leaders, NGO’s, Activists, Students, Parents and more!
The International Summit to End Sexual Violence
July 10-11, 2016 | Fordham University, Rose Hill Campus
Join delegates and international representatives in NYC to unite, learn, train and be inspired. The Summit addresses sexual violence in communities, on college and university campuses, and in K-12 schools. We welcome activists, educators, governmental leaders, community organization directors, Title IX coordinators, deans, counselors, administrators, business and military leaders, health professionals, students, and all who seek to end sexual violence from all backgrounds and perspectives. www.EndSexualViolenceSummit.org
The Summit Experience
· Connect with energetic, passionate people who are changing lives, laws, and institutions.
· Learn from researchers, authors, activists and experts about sexual violence incidence, experience, definitions and trends from around the world.
· Understand the laws and policies related to sexual violence: criminal, civil, Clery, Title IX and more.
· Learn how to generate culture change, awareness, & education about sexual violence with all types of people.
· Obtain templates and training on bystander skills to create a culture for primary prevention.
· Create an action plan to mobilize your community to end sexual violence.
· Garner savvy social media and PR techniques for campaigns and fundraising.
· Learn how to plan and hold a vigil, a speak-out, and other events to support survivors.
Day 1: July 10, 2016
1:00pm | Welcome + Opening Keynote
2:00pm | Sexual Violence: A Global Perspective Plenary Session
3:15pm | Breakout Men’s Involvement / Social Media for Change
4:15pm | History of Law & Policy: Title IX, Clery, Marital Rape, The Hague +
5:30pm | Networking International Dinner with Affinity Group Seating
7:00pm | Going Noisy + Rally for Red (Celebrity SoundOff + Curet Dance)
Day 2: July 11, 2016
7:30am | Power-up Breakfast + Yoga on the Quad (hour)
9:00am | Shatter the Silence Keynote: Stories of Courage and Strength
10:15am | Breakout Survivor Support / Prevention Education
11:30am | Breakout “He Said – She Said” Binary Assumptions / Faith + Sexual Violence / Global Issues
12:30pm | Luncheon with Action Planning + World Tweet
1:45pm | Breakout Event Planning / Trafficking / Communities: Schools, Military, Prisons and More
3:00pm | Closing Keynote: Getting Loud
Why add the Summit to your Summer Plans?
1. EXPAND your WORLD view. Worldwide networking and visibility about the work to end sexual violence. Sessions include workshops, inspiring keynotes, train the trainer programs, and Survivor speak-outs.
2. BREATH the same OXYGEN with those who are also CHANGING LIVES, LAWS and INSTITUTIONS.
3. TALK with the FRONTLINE. Interact and discuss issues DIRECTLY with brilliant minds and astute thinkers on how to effect change, even in challenging environments.
4. EXPERIENCE the SOUND of change. Sunday night is the Celebrity Sound-Off = “GOING NOISY” Live performances in a large theatre featuring actors, actresses, dance companies, singers, poets, musicians and other stars.
5. REPLENISH your heart and SPIRIT. Get up and bend with us at Yoga for Healing. Strike a pose at the RED SELFIE BOOTH.
6. Meet GLOBAL FRIENDS. Develop connections with others around the planet to a network of communication and support to last for decades.
Summit Headline News
1. 100+ amazing presenters and performers confirmed to date.
2. Waiting to confirm performances and presentations from Lady Gaga, Amber Rose, and a number of other celebrities. Follow us on Summit Social Media for updates on Celebs!
3. Calls into key US Senators, and the US Secretary of the Air Force to present.
4. Grammy Artist producing the Summit’s Shatter the Silence Music Album! 12 artists confirmed to donate their recordings, many of whom will perform at the Summit.
5. PRE-SUMMIT Talk Show on Friday, June 24th in Philly for Comcast and Verizon Local News Channels to reach all the Markets from Boston to Miami and out to Chicago.
6. Yoga Instructors and Studios in NYC and beyond are flocking to Fordham to reach our goal of 1000 Yogi’s to participate in Yoga for Healing on Monday morning.
7. The TV Show Producers from the International Home Show volunteered to create Professional Videos at the Summit. They will be filming key events, creating Videos for Laura Lederer’ s Trafficking Survivors, filming the Shatter the Silence Music, the Respect My Red Videos, and more!
8. International film company is donating their artistic ANIMATION STUDIO TALENT to create a promotional Custom-Made animation about Sexual Violence Issues around the world!
Dallas Children's Advocacy Center & Dallas Police Department
Internationally recognized, the Crimes Against Children Conference is the premier conference of its kind providing practical and interactive instruction to those fighting crimes against children and helping children heal.
In rural communities many barriers exist for sexual violence survivors who have physical or cognitive disabilities. A lack of nearby services and resources, confidentiality and privacy challenges, and inadequate transportation systems all contribute to the obstacles these survivors may face in seeking supportive and healing services. Join Shirley Paceley from Blue Tower Training and Leah Green as they discuss how rural advocacy programs can best support sexual violence survivors with disabilities.
Our movement was undeniably founded on the strength and courage of survivors. As we have moved towards professionalization in recent decades, and considering our hiring practices, have we truly made a space for survivors to join us as staff and volunteers? Rural rape crisis centers, with the smallest number of community members to pull from, will be the focus of this workshop as we explore ways to broaden our strategies to be more inclusive and survivor friendly. Join Michelle Dixon-Wall from WCSAP and Leah Green for this exciting webinar.
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