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End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin hosts trainings and events related to preventing and ending domestic abuse, and works to keep advocates and allies informed of trends, resources, policies, and practices that have an impact on survivors, families, and communities affected by domestic abuse.

Webinar: Legal Protections for Immigrant & Refugee Survivors

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Date & Time: Thursday, December 14 from 10am - 11:30am


Description: Navigating the web of systems can be difficult for any survivor - but for immigrant and refugee survivors of sexual and domestic violence there are often additional barriers. Be it language access or conflicts with cultural expectations, a holistic approach which takes into consideration one's background and coordination among systems facilitates better access to legal protections for these survivors.

This webinar will address protections for immigrant survivors in family and immigration court and in front of the Department of Homeland Security. This will include language access in the courtroom, orders and restrictions on traveling and passports, guardianships and powers of attorney for children with underdocumented parents, VAWA Self Petition, U Nonimmigrant Status, and more. It will address what you can screen for to see if a survivor you are serving has legal protections and what are best practices when working with legal service agencies. The presentation will also discuss how these legal protections can help empower survivors, facilitating greater access to services and support.

Advocates of Color-Specific Regional Advocate Day of Training (RAD)

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Date & Time: Friday, December 15 from 10am -3pm

Location: Urban Underground, 4850 W Fond Du Lac Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53216


Description: Topics this day will cover race, privilege, LGBT POC issues, all at the intersections of gender-based violence. Featured presentations will be from Dr. Patricia McManus of Black Health Coalition of WI (presentation titled Advocates of Color- Is it more than a title?) and Pada Lo + Lue Yang of Hmong American Women's Association (presentation titled Seven Stoves: Disrupting Heteronormative Culture). Mileage reimbursements are available for folks that aren’t covered by their organizations.

This free training is a safe space, only for folks that identify as advocates of color in Wisconsin.

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2018 Teen Summit

Together We Will: 2018 Summit on Healthy Teen Relationships



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Date & Time: Sunday, February 4th - Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

Location: Wilderness Resort & Conference Center in Wisconsin Dells


Description: This exciting conference will delve into the topics of healthy relationships, teen dating, sexual violence, and how it affects youth. We invite teens, parents, and adult mentors from across the state to attend this educational and inspiring event!



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We envision communities fully engaged to provide safety and to give a voice to all affected by domestic abuse, while creating the social change necessary to address its root causes. We honor the wisdom and strength of domestic abuse survivors across the lifespan. Our mission is achievable through survivor-centered work that includes strategic partnerships and collaboration. As advocates for social justice, we embrace the voices of diverse communities.