All End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin (WCADV) Events

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Look for training details and registration materials six to eight weeks before each event.

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Tuesday, October 28 from 1:00-2:00 PM
Webinar

Data show that African American women victims are over-represented as domestic violence service recipients in WI, and in rates of intimate partner homicide, both as victims and as perpetrators. End Abuse held a series of focus groups to amplify the voices of the women whose stories were behind the statistics. African American women survivors shared their experiences, opinions and ideas during these meetings. Please join us to discuss the focus group findings, and to explore ways they can inform, and transform, our work. See Details for more information and to register.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014 from 8:30-4:30
Holiday Inn, Madison

JoinTess Meuer and Liz Hanson for this one-day interactive training. It is designed for any advocate who will assist individuals to obtain restraining orders.  Learn to: help a victim assess whether they want a restraining order; explain the process to obtain one; determine eligibility for different types of orders; assist a victim to complete a petition; prepare a victim for court; and more. Don't miss this training!  It is the only one of its kind in 2014. 

See Details for more information or to register.

Friday, November 7 from 10:30 AM to 3:00 PM
Madison Public Library Hawthorne Branch

End Abuse and WCASA invite you to take part in a day of learning and networking focused on coordinated community response.  The morning workshop will explore CCR fundamentals, ways to strengthen collaboration, build member capacity, and meaningfully address both domestic abuse and sexual assault. Participants can attend one of two afternoon workshops about innovative CCR practices in local communities. See Details for more information and printable flyer. RSVP by November 4.

November 17, 2014 from 1-2 PM
At your desk

Join Immigration and Poverty Law Attorney Morgan Young for this month's topic.  We don’t do this work for the money, so planning for retirement is critical!  Equip yourself with information!  This session will provide an overview of tools available and planning suggestions.  Time will be left at the end for questions.

November 21 & 22, 2014 from 8:30-4:30
Madison

WE LEAD is a yearlong leadership academy which focuses on building new voices of leadership within the movement to end domestic and sexual violence by providing hands-on leadership development opportunities for survivors of violence and/or people from Wisconsin’s underserved or under-represented communities. This is the fourth scheduled session for the 2014-2015 academy.

December 15, 2014 from 1-2 PM
At your desk

Join Director of Justice Systems Tess Meuer for this month's legal technical assistance topic. There will be question and answer time at the end of the hour on the current topic—or any legal topic—of concern to victim advocates. Registration will open in November.

(The original date of this event was changed to December 15.)