Events

Social norms and social marketing campaigns aim to influence target audiences’ attitudes and behaviors to improve public health outcomes. In the sexual and domestic violence prevention field, there has been limited rigorous research focused specifically on evaluating social norms and social marketing campaigns. However, many...

This webinar will introduce participants to the core principles of transformative justice and community accountability and how these frameworks can be used to address sexual violence. This session will also address concerns and challenges to implementing transformative justice and community accountability practices. Speakers: Stas Schmiedt...

This webinar will introduce participants to the core principles of restorative justice. Participants will learn about how restorative practices can be used to address sexual violence. This session will also address concerns and challenges to implementing restorative justice practices. Presenter: sujatha baliga (Impact Justice) Register here:...

  This webinar will introduce participants to “Ending Violence Without Violence,” a webinar series which will serve as lead-up programming for a conference of the same name, to be hosted by the New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Seven Dancers Coalition, and Interrupting Criminalization: Research...

January is Stalking Awareness Month. This webinar is presented by the National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life and the Stalking Prevention, Awareness, and Resource Center. Participants will learn how to recognize stalking behavior, how stalking impacts older adults, and what resources are available to...

This webinar provides a rare opportunity to reflect upon the meaning of the sacredness of women. Especially, in the face of the impact of colonization and modern day levels of violence against native women, how do we, as indigenous women, experience, understand, nurture and protect...

NIWRC is pleased to announce that our 14th Annual Women are Sacred (WAS) Conference will take place in Saint Paul, Minnesota, in June 2020. WAS is one of the largest gatherings of tribal domestic violence programs, advocates, survivors, tribal leaders and community members, law enforcement,...