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BYSTANDER INTERVENTION TO SUPPORT LATINX COMMUNITIES IN PUBLIC SPACES TRAINING

Topic: BYSTANDER INTERVENTION TO SUPPORT LATINX COMMUNITIES IN PUBLIC SPACES TRAINING

Hosted By: iHollaback

Date: 12/1/2021
 
Time: 4:00 AM
 
Description: n honor of Latino Heritage Month and to bring awareness to the increase of harassment toward the Latinx community in recent years, Hollaback! is offering a free, one-hour, interactive training to train people on how to safely intervene when they witness Latinx people experiencing harassment in public using Hollaback!’s 5D’s of bystander intervention.  We’ll start by talking about the types of violence and harassment the Latinx community is experiencing right now from microaggressions to assault through exploring the Spectrum of Disrespect toward Latinx Communities. We will then discuss how the diversity of identities of Latinx people intersects with other marginalized identities to make the community vulnerable to experiencing multiple incidences of harassment at once. Anti-Latinx harassment and xenophobia are not a new phenomenon in our country. But in recent years with the rise in anti-immigrant, anti-Latinx, anti-LGBTQ, and anti-BIPOC policies and rhetoric we have seen a rise in harassment, discrimination, and even violence toward this community.

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Increasing Leadership Activities to Improve Multidisciplinary Responses in Criminal Justice
Topic: Increasing Leadership Activities to Improve Multidisciplinary Responses in Criminal Justice

Hosted By: NCJTC

Date: 12/1/2021

Time: 5:00 AM

Description: Many communities continue to struggle with building an effective CCR to domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and dating violence that involves every system and community-based stakeholder impacting a case. Ongoing collaboration and information-sharing on IPV and sexual assault cases is crucial to managing appropriate services and accurately communicating the level of risk, the safety needs as determined by the survivor, while also preventing significant case facts from falling through the cracks. Building and sustaining a multidisciplinary team takes leadership. During this webinar, you will learn state of the art practices that can substantially improve outcomes for victims/survivors, communities and offenders involved in the criminal justice system. Developing formal and informal leadership in organizations is key to improving outcomes and experiences for the clients being served.
 
Link: https://ncjtc.fvtc.edu/trainings/TR00777393/TRI0777398/increasing-leadership-activities-to-improve-multidisciplinary-responses-in-criminal-justice
 
 
 
 
 
Creating and Sustaining TCU Campus Led Coordinated Community Response Teams

Topic: Creating and Sustaining TCU Campus Led Coordinated Community Response Teams

Hosted By: Red Wind Consulting, Inc.

Date: 12/1/2021
 
Time: 6:00 AM
 
Description: A campus response to sexual assault can include many campus staff working in different departments. Campus Security, Title IX investigators, Counselors, Cultural Centers and faculty could be responding to students who have experienced sexual assault. It is critical that there is a clear and consistent response to ensure that students receive the support and services they need. In the first webinar in this series the presenters will define what a campus-led coordinated response team (CCR) is, who the key players are in a campus CCR, and how to develop plans, visions, protocols. The second part of this series will be more of a hands-on approach of steps to developing a coordinated community response team and how to sustain one through time.

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BYSTANDER INTERVENTION: HOW TO BE AN ALLY WHEN YOU WITNESS ONLINE ABUSE

Topic: BYSTANDER INTERVENTION: HOW TO BE AN ALLY WHEN YOU WITNESS ONLINE ABUSE

Hosted By: iHollaback

Date: 12/1/2021
 
Time: 10:00 AM
 
Description: As more of our personal and professional lives go digital, online hate and harassment are on the rise. Abusive trolls join forces to disproportionately target BIPOCs, women, and LGBTQ+ folks to intimidate, discredit, and silence. Each and every one of us can be an ally. In this free, one-hour, interactive training, we’ll give you the tools you need to intervene safely and effectively in online abuse using Hollaback!’s 5D’s of bystander intervention.  First, we’ll talk through what online harassment is and how to identify abusive tactics. We’ll discuss the severe impact online abuse can have – on well being, livelihoods, and free expression – and how it’s drowning out voices that urgently need to be heard in public discourse. Then we’ll share concrete strategies for how to distract, delegate, document, delay, or directly intervene in a way that is safe, effective, and centered on the needs of the person being targeted. We’ll have time to practice so you can leave feeling more confident intervening the next time you see someone being abused online. We hope you’ll join us to learn how we can all band together to make the internet a safer, more diverse, and more equitable place.

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