One Day Training:Culturally Diverse: Intimate Partner Violence in Latino & African American Communities. Through facilitated discussion and group participation, this training will highlight the myths, barriers, similarities, and differences of intimate partner violence in the Latino and African American communities.This is a collaborative project between Georgia Latinos Against Domestic Violence (GLADV), a program of Ser Familia and The Beverly Cunningham Outreach Project (BCOP). The training will focus on 3 primary areas: Cultural Competency Presented by Belisa Urbina, Executive Director, Ser Familia, Inc Religion and Domestic Violence Presented by Rev. Victoria Ferguson &Organizational Collaboration. Presented by Shenna Johnson, Community, Resource Coordinator, Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence &Michelle Toledo Cainas, Program Director, GLADV The training will also includeKey Note Speaker:Lavon Morris-Grant& Panel discussion entitled, Men’s Work: The Role of Men in Ending Violence Against Women This training is designed for those who work with Latino and/or African American communities and want to enhance their understanding and build collaborations. Advocates, social workers, mental health professionals, and members of law enforcement are encouraged to attend. When: November 6th 2013Where: GaTech Bill Moore Student Service Center 190 North Ave. NW Atlanta, GeorgiaTime: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PMCost: $25.00 per person Registration link: https://www.eventbrite.com/event/8230799543This training has been approved for 7 hours of FVIP credits by the Georgia Commission on Family ViolenceLight breakfast and lunch included.
25.00 General Admission 25.00