We are excited to announce NCADV 2018 Quarter One Webinars!
In this 90-minute webinar you will hear from:
On Wednesday, January 24th at 1:00 PM EST, during Human Trafficking Awareness Month, a panel of leading organizations and scholars will join NCADV to explore the intersection of domestic violence and human trafficking*.
Register now to reserve your spot.
*NCADV did a survey in 2017 and 42.59% of NCADV members indicated that they are either most interested in Human Trafficking or that it would be most relevant to their work.
On Tuesday, February 13th at 1:00 PM EST, during Black History Month, a panel of leading organizations and community organizers will join NCADV to offer valuable insight and actionable learning objectives and takeaways for providing support, empowerment and healing for black women who are experiencing domestic violence. This webinar will open with a healing narrative from Tameka Bell, Master Storyteller.
Mark your calendar and sign up for our emails to be notified when registration opens.
On Thursday, March 8th at 2:00 PM EST, on International Women’s Day, a panel of leading organizations will join NCADV to explore the global effort to end violence against women. The International Women's Day 2018 campaign theme is #PressforProgress. Now, more than ever, there's a strong call-to-action to press forward and progress gender parity. A strong call to motivate
NCADV Members Register via the Member Portal
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NCADV's 2018 webinars are free for NCADV Members and $50 each for Non-Members.
If you’d like to enjoy $600 worth of webinars for a fraction of the price, become a member.
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Effective October 6, 2022, The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) and the National Domestic Violence Hotline (The Hotline) have joined together. To learn more about this exciting venture, to expand the eco-system of holistic and inclusive support for survivors and advocates, please visit Project Opal.