End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin invites you to share your ideas, skills, experience and passion at its statewide conference, Collective Liberation: Movement Building for the Years Ahead. Our audience includes advocates and activists for survivors of domestic and sexual abuse and their communities, and stakeholders who work to end and prevent violence.
With a goal of radical movement building, this conference will feature more than 40 diverse workshops, two dynamic keynote speakers, and other related special events. It is our goal to embrace a radical message of unity with a racial justice framework, while maintaining intentional inclusion and radical healing at its core.
We seek a wide variety of presenters who can share knowledge and skills related to addressing root causes of domestic violence. We welcome presenters with lived experience or professional experience, who wish to share in traditional and non-traditional presentation formats, including workshops, seminars, panel or facilitated discussions and interactive activities. It is our main goal to bring historically marginalized voices to the forefront of discussion. Opportunities are available for 60-minute workshops in morning and afternoon sessions.
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