Multicultural Efforts to end Sexual Assault (MESA)
MESA’s Multicultural Gathering which is co-sponsored by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center is a national event that focuses on developing strategies for sexual violence prevention in under-served and under-represented communities. This gathering continues to focus on ending violence and giving voice to the needs of Latina, Muslim, Asian, African-American/Black, Tribal, Indigenous and all Ethnically/Racially diverse Communities. This Multicultural Gathering will provide people from under-served and under-represented communities from all over the country the opportunity to connect and mobilize around all forms of violence.
Registration fee: $50
Make checks payable to MESA
Registration form along with remittance should be submitted to:
AGAD Room 214
615 West State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2053
Phone: 765 – 496 - 3492
FAX: 765 – 496 – 7383 firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for Registration: September 25
There are a very limited number of scholarship opportunities available. Please contact Kimber Nicoletti at email@example.com no later than September 11th to receive scholarship application. Deadline for scholarship applications: September 16th.
Lodging rate: $94.00 Please ask for the Purdue University block of rooms to receive the conference rate.
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Clarian Health and the Indiana Violence Prevention Partnership
The conference will include several national speakers and focus on evidence-based and best practice web-based strategies for preventing online and traditional youth violence. The purposes of the conference are to: 1) reduce youths' risk of becoming victims of electronic aggression while emailing, chatting, blogging, instant messaging, surfing the Internet, or text messaging; 2) foster a greater understanding of this generation of youth and the risks and adverse effects of technology harassment; and 3) study evidence-based and best practice web-based strategies for preventing online and traditional youth violence. Each session will include strategies that parents and professionals can implement in their communities or homes to increase the safety of youth by reducing the risks associated with electronic networking and utilizing online youth violence prevention resources. For more information on registration, exhibitors, and speakers, please visit www.clarian.org/communityplunge. To register for the event, please call 317.916.3525 or 1.800.265.3220.
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