Stop the Violence Conference 2019 Registration
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Breakout Session 1
Media literacy as a Critical Tool in Gender Violence Prevention Education by Jackson Katz "The presenter will show and discuss clips from his award-winning films and those of others as a way to introduce some of the key concepts of critical media literacy, and their application in educational setting with young people and adults."
Family Justice Center presented by Jamie Willis "The Greene County Family Justice opened in October of 2018, after a collaborative planning process between both public and private community agencies. Jamie Willis, Greene County Family Justice Center Project Coordinator, will provide an overview of the national Family Justice Center model, and the progress of its implementation in Greene County over the last year."
Domestic Violence and Gender: Understanding Victims and Perpetrators presented by Paula Rector "There are many misconceptions about the rates of domestic abuse between men and women. This presentation will explore the differences and similarities in offending patterns and offender processing and accountability. In addition, gender differences in reporting patterns and the impact of domestic violence victimization will be addressed.”
Domestic Violence Through a Child's Eyes, Panel Discussion "This session will examine the impact of domestic violence through the eyes of a child. Join the panel and hear how different sectors interact with children involved in a domestic violence situation."
Breakout Session 2
The Science and Power of Hope by Chan Hellman “This workshop will present the science of Hope as a psychological strength in our ability to cope with traumatic experiences and flourish toward future goals. In particular this seminar with show how (1) hope predicts adaptive outcomes, (2) hope buffers the effects of adversity, and (3) hope can be influenced and sustained. This workshop will also present “hands-on” tools to assess and nurture hope across the lifespan.”
Preventing Domestic Violence by Alisa Garbisch, Kaylee Peterson, and Weston McConnell "Breaking down prevention of Domestic Violence is commonlydone in the lenses of red flags and what not to do. This presentation will focuson the framework of what to do. Using work by author and researcher BreneBrown, attendees will begin to identify what healthy relationships look likeand how to articulate those tough conversations."
Domestic Violence and Gender: Understanding Victims and Perpetrators presented by Paula Rector “There are many misconceptions about the rates of domestic abuse between men and women. This presentation will explore the differences and similarities in offending patterns and offender processing and accountability. In addition, gender differences in reporting patterns and the impact of domestic violence victimization will be addressed.”
Smarter Advocacy: Our Role in Technology Safety & Social Change presented by LySaundra Campbell “The workforce has changed over the past couple decades from people working harder to people working smarter. As technology has become an essential component of our daily lives, we must rethink our role in responding to and preventing domestic and sexual violence. Some people misuse technology to abuse, stalk or harass. However, each of us has a critical role to play as technology safety advocates to increase safety and privacy for survivors, hold people who cause harm accountable, and utilize digital spaces as tools for social change.”
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