The mission of the USC Judith D. Tamkin International Symposium on Elder Abuse is to create safe and healthy environments for all elders, here and across the world, by bringing thought leaders, activists, caregivers, researchers, lawmakers, and other stakeholders together to share findings, strategize solutions, and help shape and propel the field of elder abuse and justice.
As part of the USC Judith D. Tamkin Symposium on Elder Abuse’s mission, we are pleased to offer travel awards for students through the Tamkin Scholar Award. The goal of this award is to stimulate interest in elder abuse research and to help students attend the symposium. This award will include a stipend to be used towards hotel accommodations, travel and registration for the symposium. Awards will be provided to applicants that demonstrate a strong interest in elder abuse.
Criteria: Applicants must be enrolled in a Graduate, Doctoral, or Postdoctoral program.
Holding Space: Innovation and Values in Anti-Trafficking Work
The 2020 FNUSA Conference will take place on March 18-19 in Miami, FL. This year we will explore how anti-trafficking work has grown and evolved since the passage of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act in 2000. Twenty years later, survivors are receiving more compassionate and effective services and advocates have forged pathways to influence policy. Community leaders across the country are developing new approaches, tools, and partnerships to address human trafficking. These innovations are changing the way we work together and our collective impact.
However, some challenges linger. Survivors still fight for a seat at the table, collaboration remains difficult, and entire populations are overlooked and underserved. As awareness of human trafficking increases, prosecutions are down and human rights protections are being stripped away. Using conference sessions, networking time, and physical space, we will confront these challenges and build solutions that are intersectional, representative, and rooted in human rights.
Vital and important educational opportunity for judges, probation officers, detention facility employees, and other stakeholders in the juvenile justice system. This conference will explore gaps in services, discover new and improved practices, share cutting edge research, and motivate participants to explore positive case outcomes for youth involved in the delinquency system.
The International Symposium on Child Abuse is a premiere conference that provides expert training and numerous networking opportunities to professionals in the child maltreatment field, and is one of the few conferences that addresses all aspects of child maltreatment, including, but not limited to, physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, exposure to violence, poly-victimization, exploitation, intervention, trafficking, and prevention.
ResilienceCon™ is a new approach to conferences that offers a variety of traditional and innovative formats. ResilienceCon is an international conference that offers opportunities to interact with colleagues who are interested in strengths-based approaches to understanding, preventing, and responding to violence and other adversities.
Join us in Nashville for ResilienceCon 2020! ResilienceCon™ focuses on strengths-based approaches for research, prevention, and intervention on violence and other adversities. All ResilienceCon sessions are interview-based. Every session makes time for moderated interviews of the presenters, followed by an audience Q&A. The format makes space for:
Where participants hear about lessons learned, professional stories
What it really takes to successfully implement a project or intervention.
ResilienceCon is targeted to Social Workers, Psychologists, Mental Health Professionals, students, and related fields such as education, sociology, criminology, and public health. The program offers content at Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced Levels.
EVAWI’s annual conferences focuses 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 emerging issues to effectively respond to these crimes in all of our communities.
LEARN: Improve your skills by learning about the latest topics and best-practices from dynamic, highly respected experts in the field.
Try out the newest products and technology from our conference exhibitors, while collaborating among criminal justice and community professionals.
RE-ENERGIZE: Refuel your passion to make a difference for victims of gender-based violence and take that energy back to implement change in your own community.
CELEBRATE: Join us in honoring our annual Visionary award, Professional Impact award, and Media Excellence award recipients.
With three full days of training offering 6 general sessions, a choice of 60 workshops and over 100 presenters, you are sure to learn something you can bring home and apply on the job. Moreover, with over 2,200 professionals expected to attend, you can anticipate countless opportunities to meet, rejuvenate and share ideas with other colleagues.
Planned by EVAWI.
Registration will open in fall 2019.
Focused on the intersections of health and domestic, sexual, and intimate violence, the National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence brings together the nation’s leading medical, public health and family violence experts from across the U.S. with increased international participation. The Conference presents the most recent research and promising community, clinical, advocacy and public health practices to address and prevent violence.
The 9th Biennial National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence aims to advance the health care system’s response to domestic violence. The conference attracts the nation’s leading medical, public health, and anti-violence advocates and activists from across the U.S. with increased international participation.
- Abstract submissions due July 29th, 2019 at 11:59 pm Pacific Time.
- Pre-Conference Institutes Tuesday, April 28, 2020
- Two-Day Conference Wednesday, April 29- Thursday, April 30, 2020
Join the National Crime Victim Law Institute on June 18-19, 2020 in Portland, Oregon for the 2020 Crime Victim Law Conference, the only national conference focused on rights enforcement in criminal cases.
NIWRC will be hosting the Women are Sacred (WAS) Conference at the INTERCONTINENTAL SAINT PAUL RIVERFRONT on June 23-25, 2020.
The WAS Conference is one of the oldest and largest gatherings of advocates, survivors, tribal domestic and sexual violence programs, tribal community members, tribal leadership, law enforcement and tribal court personnel dedicated to ending violence against American Indian and Alaska Native women and children. WAS offers state of the art training opportunities designed to increase the capacity of tribal nations, tribal domestic violence and community-based programs to address violence in tribal communities. Conference presenters include emerging Indigenous leaders and experts in the movement to ending violence.
Founded in 1975, NOVA (National Organization for Victim Assistance) is the oldest national victim assistance organization of its type in the United States and is the recognized leader in victim advocacy, education and credentialing.
Join NOVA for their 46th annual training event in Orlando, Florida. Choose from over 100 different workshops, hear from dynamic keynote speakers, earn CEUs, and network with over 1,800 allied professionals.