T.J. Parsell is a writer and human rights activist dedicated to ending sexual violence against men, women and children in all forms of detention. He is President of Stop Prisoner Rape, served as a consultant to the National Prison Rape Elimination Commission, and authored the book, FISH: A Memoir of a Boy in a Man’s Prison. Mr. Parsell has testified before numerous government bodies and was instrumental in passage of the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003, the first ever federal legislation to address this issue.
Brett Sokolow is the Managing Partner of the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management (NCHERM), a national multidisciplinary risk management consulting firm. He is an expert in preventive law and risk management. He has years of experience helping clients to enhance the safety and security of their communities by strategically addressing high-risk health and safety issues.
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Confernece Theme: Building Alliances for Social Change YOU SHOULD ATTEND THIS CONFERENCE IF YOU ARE A:
Rape Crisis Victim Advocate, Probation Officer, School Board member, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner, Mental Health Professional, Program Administrator, Prevention Educator, Dept of Corrections Staff, Court Appointed Special Advocate, Parent, Foster Caregiver, Campus Security, Child Protective Service Agent, College Professional, Someone Affected by Sexual Violence, Law Enforcement Officer, Volunteer, Foster Care Provider, Therapist School Administrator, Nurse, Prosecutor, Criminal Justice Professional, Student, Teacher in school system, CAC Staff, DCS Staff, Youth Advocate, Court Staff, Victims Assistance, Investigator, Anyone Interested in Building Alliances
The conference will be co-sponsored by the Indiana School Safety Specialist Academy and the Indiana Department of Education. The conference is designed for school guidance counselors, administrators, teachers, school health educators, school social workers, school psychologists, school safety specialists, Safe and Drug-Free Coordinators, school resource officers (SRO's), school attorneys, and law enforcement working with youth, student service directors, PTA/PTO members, children and family mental health counselors, school nurses, school board members, parents, extended day/after school staff, prevention specialists, etc. This conference also welcomes college students. Conference and hotel registration information and tentative agenda will be posted at http://www.stopbullyingworld.org .
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Multicultural Efforts to End Sexual Assault (MESA)
Its time to prevent sexual violence against farm worker and low wage immigrant worker women. The goal of this educational event is to raise consciousness and promote social action about the sexual violence experienced by farm worker and low-wage immigrant worker women. Participants will have the opportunity to create artwork on white bandanas which will be displayed at the Purdue Latino Cultural Center throughout the month of April. The event will also feature an educational workshop and the opportunity to join a social action group to prevent sexual violence and harassment against farm worker an low wage immigrant women.
Co-sponsored by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center
MESA’s Multicultural Gathering is an event that focuses on developing strategies for sexual violence prevention in under-served and under-represented communities. The gathering focuses on giving voice to the needs of Latina, Muslim, Asian, African-American/Black, Tribal, Indigenous and all Ethnically/Racially diverse and LGBTQ Communities and People with disabilities. The Multicultural Gathering will provide people from under-served and under-represented communities from all over the country the opportunity to connect and mobilize against all forms of violence.
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, The Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault, & Gender Violence is a movement to increase awareness that men can and will stop rape, sexual assault and gender violence. Men will literally walk in women’s high heeled shoes. This event encourages men to make the world a safer place by preventing rape, sexual assault, and gender violence and gives men the opportunity to publicly demonstrate their courage and commitment to preventing gender violence.
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