Engaging Faith Leaders & Communities in Responding to DV
12:15 pm12:15

Engaging Faith Leaders & Communities in Responding to DV

DVAC invites you to hear guidance about engaging faith leaders and communities in responding to domestic violence. We'll be learning from:

  • Rev. Marguerite Lee, President and Founder of Beauty for Ashes Ministry
  • Sa'idah Sudan, Founder of Baitul Hemayah
  • Sara Schreibman, Jewish faith community representative

We'll meet in our usual space in the "Kitchen Conference Room" at the Hal Marshall Building, 700 North Tryon Street in Charlotte. This program is free and open to the public. Free parking is available in the Hal Marshall lots. Feel free to bring your lunch and a friend or two!

2:00 pm14:00

Meredith College Gender-based violence: Film Festival

The festival features documentaries made by students of Professor Kris Macomber 's class on Gender and Violence, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC.

Julie Owens is featured in a documentary titled "For God's Sake," about DV & religion. Other shorts will address sexual violence, trafficking, female genital mutilation and other topics related to violence against women.

FREE. The public is invited. See flyer below for details.

Meredith College 3800 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, NC.

Jun 3

Idaho Council on Domestic Violence and Victim Assistance: 23rd Annual Two Days in June Conference

  • Riverside Hotel

Invited workshops:

  • Understanding and Addressing the Overlapping Issues: Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Mental Health, Trauma & Addictions
  • DV 101.2: The Basics and Beyond
  • The DIlemma of Battered Women: When Prayer Isn't Enough

SPONSORED BY: Idaho Council on DV & Victim Assistance

About the Conference: Two Days in June Conference is a two (2) day multi-disciplinary conference for professionals working in the area of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, investigations, interviewing, assessment, and neglect.

Early registration is strongly encouraged. Fee includes all workshops; continental breakfast each day, refreshment breaks, and lunch on the first day.

Conference Fees: Early Bird Registration (Due May 15, 2016) is $50 per participant. Late Registration is $100 per participant.

Who Should Attend: Criminal Justice Professionals, Law Enforcement, Judicial Officers, Prosecutors, Attorneys, Educators, Corrections Personnel, Batterer Treatment Service Providers, Medical Providers, Social Workers, Victim Advocates, Social Service Agency Personnel, Policy Makers, and Crime Victim Assistance Providers, and Community Members who are interested in crime victim issues.