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Agenda and Sessions Guide
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Voices in Action, NCADV's upcoming 2019 conference, will focus attention on:
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The Voices in Action conference agenda is available to view. Please note more details will be added as the conference approaches and that the agenda may change without notice.
For the full online schedule, including session descriptions and speaker bios:
View ONLINE Conference SCHEDULE
For a printable version of every workshop's details and descriptions:
View PRINTABLE SESSIONS GUIDE
For a printable version of the conference schedule:
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NCADV's mobile app for Voices in Action is better than ever! Here's just a few reasons you won't want to miss out on the app:
ONLY registered attendees can access the app!
The app is now live! Attendees were sent an email invitation to join. You can also search for the app in your app store; search for "AttendeeHub," download the app, and search for "NCADV" or "Voices in Action" within the app to find our event.
As has become tradition, NCADV will be presenting awards to recognize those who have contributed above and beyond in raising the voices of victims and survivors and creating a culture where domestic violence is not tolerated.
Nominations for award recipients have closed and are under review.
All awards will be presented at the Dance Party at the 2019 Voices in Action National Conference on Domestic Violence, on Tuesday, September 17th, 2019 at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, D.C.
Voices in Action will be held at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park, located at 2660 Woodley Road NW in Washington, D.C.
Discounted hotel room rates are available to book through August 23rd, pending the hotel's availability.
PLEASE NOTE: The Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel is SOLD OUT for the night of Tuesday, September 17th. We suggest you double check current hotel availability before exploring alternative lodging arrangements in the area near 2660 Woodley Road NW in Washington, D.C. Keep scrolling for NCADV-specific rates across the street!
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This program is approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval #886497574-3626) for 11.5 continuing education contact hours.
It’s time to celebrate and the NCADV wants to acknowledge you and your Superhero abilities. You are the real-life Superheroes in this everyday world. Your extraordinary actions are why you make a difference when you put your Voices in Action.
We encourage you to dress up in costume of someone who’s had an influence as a Superhero to you. This could be anyone in fiction to non-fiction: from Black Panther to Ruth Bader Ginsburg, or maybe Captain Marvel or a Civil Rights/Social Justice Leader. The Superhero realm has no boundaries for your imagination!
Also, don’t forget to bring your dancing shoes because after the awards ceremony we will open the dance floor with a DC DJ to help you show off your amazing powers of motion. We look forward to this special night in honoring each of you and your heroism of making this world a better place for those who need Superheroes like you!
Jamira Burley will be the keynote speaker for Voices in Action, NCADV’s 18th national domestic violence conference this September. In addition to keynoting the conference, Ms. Burley will also participate in a plenary panel on domestic violence and radical grassroots organizing and the impacts of such organizing.
Immediately following the conference, NCADV will host a Lobby Day on September 19th. Be sure to save the date for this empowering tradition that educates attendees on current critical policy issues and connects survivors and advocates with their Members of Congress.
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Registration closes after Friday, August 23rd.
Edits and cancellations for existing registrations will not be accepted after this date.
On-site registration is NOT available for this event.
NCADV policies on membership verification, event registration cancellation, and onsite registration can be located in "Registration and Cancellation Policies."
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Applying for Scholarships
NCADV is able to offer a limited number of local and national scholarships to NCADV's 2019 national conference, Voices in Action. Scholarships are available to individuals who identify as a victim or survivor of domestic violence.
Applications for scholarships have closed.
Some conference attendees may be eligible to apply for a Professional Development Scholarship from the Office for Victims of Crime.
NCADV is seeking several volunteers to help make the 2019 conference a success! Conference volunteers will receive a discount off their registration price. Volunteer positions include ...
All volunteers must be registrants of the Voices in Action conference. You will be guided through a scheduling and registration process after being confirmed as a volunteer attending the conference.