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Transforming the Way We Respond to Gender-Based Violence

April 2021 marks ten years since EVAWI first launched the Start by Believing campaign.  Over the past decade, 554 US communities have launched campaigns, seeking to improve the way we respond to sexual and domestic violence, and thousands of people have made the pledge to Start by Believing. Campaigns have been launched in approximately 23 […]


Virtual Conference on Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Trauma and Resilience

April 6-8, 2021 " annual conferences focus on sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, human trafficking and elder abuse. We consistently bring together law enforcement personnel, prosecutors, victim advocates, judges, parole and probation officers, rape crisis workers, health care professionals, faith community members, educators, researchers and others in this three-day conference highlighting promising practices and […]

Anti-Asian Violence and Hate Crimes: A Virtual Panel

Join graduate criminology/criminal justice and sociology student panelists and faculty moderators to discuss the examples of anti-Asian violence across the country. All are invited and welcome to ask questions and continue the conversation. Featured Panelists: NTASHA BHARDWAJ, Doctoral Candidate, School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers University-Newark CHRIS JODIS, Doctoral Student, College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, […]


The Harris County Health and Relationship Study: Using Research-Practice Partnerships to Assess the Impact of COVID-19 on Domestic Violence Survivors

The Center for Victim Research (CVR) invites you to attend our upcoming webinar on the impact of COVID-19 on domestic violence survivors in Harris County, Texas, on Wednesday, April 21, 2021, from 3:00 – 4:00 pm EST. Researcher and practitioner presenters share the results of the Harris County Health and Relationship Study, a collaborative partnership to […]


The Resilience of Black Families, Past and Present

This Life Paths Research Center webchat will feature Dr. Mia Smith-Bynum, Associate Professor of Family Science and Director of the Black Families Research Group in the School of Public Health at the University of Maryland-College Park. She will be answering questions about Black social and political resilience and Black cultural strengths. A clinical psychologist by […]


Institute on Violence, Abuse & Trauma 18th Annual International Virtual Summit

The 18th Annual Hawai`i International Virtual Summit is a multidisciplinary gathering of professionals working together to tackle the major issues in fields dealing with violence, abuse, and trauma. International and local speakers come together to share their findings on causation, prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation at both the global level and at smaller, community-based levels. Summit […]

The Evidence Hour: Teen Dating Violence Help-Seeking Among Ethnically and Racially Diverse Youth

The Evidence Hour: Teen Dating Violence Help-Seeking Among Ethnically and Racially Diverse Youth looks at the results of a recent systematic review of studies on this topic, revealing what we know about this connection and where more research is needed. For May, we will discuss "Teen Dating Violence Help-Seeking Intentions and Behaviors Among Ethnically and […]


Sexteen: Dr. Jeff Temple answers questions about adolescent sexuality

Join Life Paths Research Center on Friday, May 28, 2021 from 2:30-3:30 pm Central (12:30 Pacific, 1:30 Mountain, 3:30 Eastern) for a new webchat featuring Dr. Jeff Temple, the John Sealy Distinguished Chair in Community Health at the University of Texas Medical Branch, as well as a Licensed Psychologist and the Founding Director of the […]


Using Standardized Measures for Adult Protective Services Outcomes Assessment

NAPSA Research to Practice Webinar: Mon, Jun 7, 2021 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT "The presenters will introduce the standardized measures used in the Elder Justice Innovation Grant: The Identification, Services, and Outcomes (ISO) Matrix. The assessment tool aims to capture Adult Protective Services (APS) outcomes. The psychometric quality of the measures and measurement […]