Events

The 9th Annual Many Faces of Family Violence Conference will be held on Friday, April 12th, at LIU Post’s Brookville campus. The Conference attracts social workers, human services practitioners, psychologists, Child Protective Services caseworkers, law enforcement officers, teachers and school staff, juvenile justice workers and...

Join Survived and Punished for a day of panels, strategy sessions, and community building -- all with a focus on launching defense campaigns to free criminalized survivors of gender violence. The goals of the national convening are for participants from across the country to build on...

The National Association of Social Workers – New York State Chapter (NASW-NYS) Statewide Conference is one of the largest gatherings of social workers and like-minded professionals in New York. This three-day conference event will consist of acclaimed keynote presenters, continuing education workshops, networking opportunities, award...

The NYSCADV annual meeting is designed to provide: a forum for programs from across the state to network and get a state-wide perspective on domestic violence services professional and organizational development opportunities for domestic violence advocates an overview of NYSCADV's 2018 activities and plans for the upcoming year ...

The Albany County Crime Victim and Sexual Violence Center invites all to attend Albany’s Take Back the Night event on Wednesday, April 17. This will be an event for community members to come together and remember and acknowledge all of those who have been affected...

On the SAAM website, individuals, organizations, and communities can find resources like how asking for consent intersects with our digital lives and with power dynamics, as well as resources on planning events, a campaign toolkit and social media guide, and how to get involved with #30DaysofSAAM.   Check out the NSVRC SAAM event planning...

  This event has been postponed.   Ending Violence Without Violence 2020 Conference The mainstream anti-sexual violence movement has largely relied on criminal legal and legislative strategies to prevent and respond to sexual violence. But the traditional criminal legal system does not always offer healing or justice for all...