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Voices Rising Sessions Roundup: A Potpourri of Topics

Voices Rising , NCADV’s national conference on domestic violence , begins in a few short weeks in Providence, Rhode Island. Our team has been working hard and the office has been buzzing with conference chatter. And soon we will be able to share that buzz with you! In this blog post, we’re rounding up the remaining workshops, plenaries and pre-conference intensives attendees will be able to enjoy. Read on for session descriptions on a potpourri of topics, including ... Read More
Posted by Lynn Brewer-Muse at Monday, September 10, 2018

2018 Voices Rising Awardees Announced by NCADV

The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) announced today the 2018  Voices Rising  Award Recipients, who will be honored for their contributions towards raising the voices of victims and survivors and the creation of a culture where domestic violence is not tolerated. Awardees include  Ineabelle Geena Cruz  (Survivor Activist Award),  Rosie Hidalgo  (Policy Change Award),  Nancy Provost on behalf of the Family Violence Project  (Media... Read More
Posted by Lynn Brewer-Muse at Monday, September 10, 2018

Voices Rising Sessions Roundup: Innovations and New Perspectives

The national domestic violence conference by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence returns in 2018! Here at NCADV, our staff has been working hard for almost two years on this event, which will be held in Rhode Island for the first time in the conference’s history. NCADV’s conferences consistently offer advocates and survivors the most cutting edge content with its workshops, plenary sessions, and pre-conference intensives. We’ve rounded up 15 workshops that offer... Read More
Posted by Lynn Brewer-Muse at Wednesday, July 25, 2018

An Advocate’s #BFF: How the NCADV Conference Can Be an Advocate’s Best Friend

A day in the life of an advocate ...  Leticia is an full-time advocate who works at her county’s domestic violence shelter. On her calendar for the day are back-to-back appointments with survivors staying in shelter. In the first appointment, while doing an intake with Maria, a Latina survivor, the client discloses to Leticia that she is undocumented and is struggling to open a bank account or rent an apartment without a social security number, both of which are... Read More
Posted by Lynn Brewer-Muse at Wednesday, March 21, 2018

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