NCADV Announces Details of 2020 National Domestic Violence Conference

The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) announces its next national conference on domestic violence will be held in St. Louis, Missouri between October 25th and 28th, during Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The announcement occurred following Voices in Action, the organization’s 18th national conference on domestic violence in Washington, D.C.


“This national conference on domestic violence has a rich history of bringing advocates and other service providers together to learn about emerging issues, learn from each other and allow the space to address how we assist survivors and hold those who abuse accountable.  We are so proud to offer that space and appreciate the support of others to ensure this happens.” said Ruth M. Glenn, NCADV President/CEO.


Highlights from the Voices in Action conference included …

  • A press event highlighting the coinciding 25th anniversaries of NCADV’s Remember My Name project and the signing of the Violence Against Women Act
  • Opening remarks from Kevin Donahue, Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice of Washington D.C.; Michelle Garcia, Director of the District of Columbia Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants; Alejandra Castillo, CEO of the YWCA; and Dawn Dalton, Deputy Director of the D.C. Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • Brief address from 12-year-old activist Naomi Wadler
  • Keynote address delivered by gun violence prevention activist Jamira Burley
  • Presentation of NCADV awards to seven recipients


Voices in Action marked the 18th national domestic violence conference NCADV has hosted over the past 35 years.

Posted by Lynn Brewer-Muse at 10:27
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