|8:00 AM-5:30 PM||T1. Identifying, Investigating, and Prosecuting Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Strangulation Cases
Lunch not provided.
|1:00-3:00 pm||T2. Developing and Sustaining Collaborations
T3. How to Effectively Build and Sustain Coordinated Community Response Teams
T4. Ethics in Victim Services
|3:15-5:00 PM||RESUME WORKSHOPS|
|10:25-10:35 AM||Introducing the New Mexico Strangulation Multi-Disciplinary Training Team|
|10:50 AM-12:00 PM||WORKSHOPS
W1. Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms and Appropriately Responding to the Danger of Intimate Partner Strangulation
W2. Breaking the Cycle of Bullying to Partner Violence Pipeline
W3. Human Trafficking
W4. PREA: Guiding Principles to Providing Services for Incarcerated Survivors
W5. Fighting Gangs through P.I.E.R. Pressure
W6. Building Capacity to Serve Children Impacted by Trauma: Innovative and Culturally Sound Practices for Engagement
W7. Language Access
W8. Put Your Oxygen Mask on First: Stress Inoculation for Those Who Get Up in the Morning
W9. Young Girls and Trauma: How They are Rooted in the Prison Pipelines
The Culture of Porn and its Effect on Developing Female and Male Sexuality
Moving Our Stories Forward: Native Resiliency
The Beginning and End of Rape
From Boomers to Linksters, Generational Differences Reexamined!
Lethality Risk Assessment for the Most Vulnerable Groups – Indigenous and Immigrant Women
|10:45 AM-12:00 PM||WORKSHOPS
TH1. Danger Assessment Pt 1
TH2. Building Resistance and Resilience in Youth Who have been Harmed by Pornography: Education for Parents, Caretakers and Professionals
TH3. Tackling Institutionalized Indifference Part 1: Lesson for Law Enforcement from Recent Investigations in Gender Bias
TH4. Designing and Implementing Powerful Native Youth Initiatives
TH5. Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence among Hispanics: It’s Not a Language Issue
TH6. Danger Assessment Pt 2
TH7. The Impact of Sexual Violence on Men and Boys
TH8. Tackling Institutionalized Indifference Part 2: Not Just the Facts Ma’am: Eliminating Gender Bias from Report Writing
TH9. The Economics of Gender-Based Violence
TH10. Survivor Story
TH11. Building Resistance and Resilience in Youth Who have been Harmed by Pornography: Education for Parents, Caretakers, and Professionals REPEAT
TH12. From Boomers to Linksters, Generational Differences Reexamined!
TH13. From Victim to Perpetrator: Shifting Identities in the Eyes of the Law
TH14. Relational Programming at DV Shelter in Taos Utilizing Facility Service Dogss
|6:00-8:00 PM||EVENING ACTIVITY
Developing a Creative Practice
$10 Pre-registration Required
A Personal Journey of Healing as Two Spirit Male
From Child Witness to Pro Bono Attorney for Incarcerated Survivor of Domestic Violence
Strategies for Movement Building
The Advocacy in Action conference seeks to present a wide variety of topics, issues and exhibits. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the following supporting organizations: the New Mexico Crime Victims Reparation Commission, the State of New Mexico, the New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc., the New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women, the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women, the Office for Victims of Crime, the Children’s Justice Act Advocacy Group.
These organizations neither endorse nor assume responsibility for the concepts expressed during these programs.
Children’s Justice Act Advisory Group (CJAAG)
This project was supported by Grant No. 2014-WR-AX-0016 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.