As a result of the New Mexico Department of Health’s mandate banning all meetings over 100 people, the 2020 Advocacy in Action conference is officially canceled. Attendees do not need to contact the conference office directly to request a refund of conference registration fees. Please read below regarding refund policies:
If you had secured a room at the Hyatt Tamaya or Santa Ana Star, you do not need to call the hotel, as they have canceled all reservations made in conjunction with the conference. If you secured a room outside of the block, we are unable to help with any fees associated with your stay. Please contact your hotel directly.
We will be issuing full refunds within the next 45 – 60 days. Please note:
To review the address on file, visit https://na.eventscloud.com/aia2020 and modify your registration.
*These dates are based on the rules provided by our credit card merchant processor. The conference office does not have control to alter this time frame.
Although everyone’s attention is focused on the virus, travel and meeting bans, we must all remain focused on our important work. With people spending more time indoors, and under stress, we should be prepared for a possible rise in domestic violence; not everyone is safe “working from home.” Let’s put Advocacy into Action and use this opportunity to remind people of the resources and support available.
We are very sorry that we will not have the chance to meet, share and learn together with our community this year at the conference. What we will miss most is the opportunity to tell you face-to-face how much we appreciate the work you do every day in our communities.
NM Crime Victims Reparation Commission
6200 Uptown Blvd. Suite 210
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
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)