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Naturalization of VAWA, SIJIS, U and T Visa Recipients: Survivors: TTA from USCIS and NIWAP
Topic: Naturalization of VAWA, SIJIS, U and T Visa Recipients: Survivors: TTA from USCIS and NIWAP
Hosted By: National Immigrant Women's Advocacy Project (NIWAP)
Date/Time: September 28, 2022 at 4:00am - 5:30am ChST
Description: This webinar will provide participants with an overview of the naturalization process of VAWA, SIJS, U, and T visa recipients. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will discuss their work to remove barriers to citizenship and promote naturalization under Executive Order 14012 and the Interagency Strategy for Promoting Naturalization, as well as review the naturalization application process and address the particular circumstances, needs, and concerns of lawful permanent residents who were VAWA self- petitioners, T and U visa holders, and Special Immigrant Juveniles.
[ABA CDSV] Advanced Custody Litigation Institute Day 1
Topic: [ABA CDSV] Advanced Custody Litigation Institute Day 1
Hosted By: American Bar Association Fund for Justice and Education
Date/Time: Tuesday, September 20,2022 3:00 AM - 6:15 AM ChST
Description: A virtual-interactive advanced litigation institute for experienced attorneys to more effectively and holistically represent survivors of domestic violence in contested custody cases. Some topics include standing issues forLGBTQ clients, third party standing, defending emergency hearings, child sexual abuse and children as witness, immigration considerations, and issues with order enforcement.
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Enhancing Conviction Integrity through Forensic Year 3 Virtual Regional Training - Day 1
Topic: Enhancing Conviction Integrity through Forensic Year 3 Virtual Regional Training - Day 1
Hosted By: AEquitas
Date/Time: Tuesday, September 20, 2022 at 3:00am - 5:30am ChST
Description: The Sexual Assault Kit Initiative (SAKI) Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) team will host the Enhancing Conviction Integrity through Forensics Year 3 Regional Training virtually across multiple days to allow for attendance from all U.S time zones. A team of subject matter experts will lead an interactive event featuring a short presentation previewing considerations for utilizing expert testimony, a mock-trial session with multiple direct examination role-play scenarios, and a live discussion panel with the experts. We encourage attendees to join with other members of their multidisciplinary team, if possible. Please register by clicking on the 'Register Here' button below. This one-time registration will allow access to all three days. Feel free to forward the registration information to others, please do not hesitate to reach out to the SAKI TTA team if you have any questions. We look forward to your participation!
Collaborating to Advance Survivor Voices and Rights in Criminal Justice
Topic: Collaborating to Advance Survivor Voices and Rights in Criminal Justice
Hosted By: National Crime Victim Law Institue
Date/Time: September 20, 23, 27 and 30 4:00 AM - 6:00 AM ChST
Description: Crime victims who interact with criminal justice may find the experience empowering and an aid in their healing journey, or they may experience re- victimization and new traumas from the interaction. What explains the difference in outcome? Survivor empowerment. When survivors are empowered with knowledge of their rights and have the ability to activate them they will have better personal outcomes. Integral to empowering survivors are front-line advocates – system-based and community-based – working together to support victims. This two-week, 10 hour course will teach the fundamentals of advocate collaboration necessary to meaningfully protect survivors’ rights and enhance survivor agency. The course is designed for community- and system-based advocates who serve survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence, stalking and dating violence as they interact with criminal justice. The training includes synchronous and asynchronous elements that will teach substantive content and allow time to practice the skills necessary to put knowledge into action. Join this cohort and become a part of the solution!
Relocation Privacy Planning for the Long-Term
Topic: Relocation Privacy Planning for the Long-Term
Hosted By: National Network to End Domestic Violence
Date/Time: Tuesday, September 20, 2022 at 4:00am - 5:30am
Description: Relocation Privacy Planning for the Longer-Term with Jessie Lowell, Technology Safety Specialist with Safety Net & Laurel Goldstein, Staff Attorney with Greater Boston Legal Services The Safety Net Project at the National Network to End Domestic Violence is excited to announce a webinar that will go beyond the urgent privacy and safety questions survivors and advocates have about technology when a survivor is coming into shelter or relocating. What about later on, when survivors are looking to rent or buy a home, or want to post their profile when looking for a job or networking? In this 90-minute session, we will focus on longer-term relocation and privacy concerns, including the risks from data brokers and people search sites. We'll also discuss methods for protecting new contact information such as Address Confidentiality Programs, privacy settings in social media accounts, and more. Accessibility: The webinar will include closed captioning in English. Materials are in 14pt font in English. Please use the registration form to request other accommodations. Please let us know if you have any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not Just a Credibility Contest: Sexual Violence Prosections That Go Beyond "Offender Said, Victim Said"
Topic: Not Just a Credibility Contest: Sexual Violence Prosections That Go Beyond "Offender Said, Victim Said"
Hosted By: AEquitas
Date/Time: Tuesday, September 20, 2022 at 4:00am ChST
Description: Sexual violence cases are often mistakenly reduced to a contest of credibility between the victim’s disclosure and the offender’s denial. Even though jurisdictions do not require corroboration of the victim's testimony at trial, jurors may find it difficult to convict a defendant absent additional evidence. While crimes of sexual violence typically do not occur in front of other individuals, there are always witnesses and evidence to corroborate what happened before, during, and after the assault. By presenting the full scope of admissible evidence, prosecutors will increase the likelihood of success at trial while reducing the burden on victims.
Guam's Third Annual Conference on Substance Disorders Among Pacific Islanders - Day 1
Topic: Guam's Third Annual Conference on Substance Disorders Among Pacific Islanders - Day 1
Hosted By: Guam Behavioral Health and Wellness Center & Pacific Southwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center
Date/Time: Tuesday, September 20, 2022 at 8:00am - 3:00pm ChST
Description: Full conference agenda available in the link provided.