Request for Presenters – Northern Training

April 4, 2019 by Elise Buchbinder

End Abuse requests proposals for a presenter to facilitate training for tribal and rural domestic abuse and sexual assault advocates, focused on trauma-sensitive work with survivors of gender-based violence, individuals and communities impacted by trauma, in August 2019. Proposals are due April 29.

#FreeChrystul

April 3, 2019 by Tony Wilkin-Gibart

End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin is in solidarity with Chrystul Kizer, the #FreeChrystul Defense Committee and all those throughout Milwaukee, Kenosha, Wisconsin and the nation who are calling on the district attorney to drop his charges against Chrystul.

March 2019 News from End Abuse

March 28, 2019 by Elise Buchbinder

In our March 2019 Newsletter, watch videos of End Abuse staff sharing how they work to end abuse from The Big Share, read about Legislative Advocacy Day and our strategic planning work with communities around WI, and prepare for Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

January 2019 News from End Abuse

January 31, 2019 by Elise Buchbinder

In our January 2019 Newsletter, check out our annual Teen Summit, learn about our capacity development process with local shelters and service providers, get connected with the latest Dare2Know campaign merchandise, see highlights from our recent Rockhound Brewery fundraiser, and read our reflections on the government shutdown.

Welcome to our New WordPress Site!

January 9, 2019 by Patrick Christ

Over the course of the next year, we will be implementing a full-scale redesign of our website, now that it lives on WordPress. As things change, we will be sure to let you know, and we will update this page along with it! We hope you like the new look and feel, and stay tuned to see how our site evolves! This site is a work in progress. Check this post to see what we've been working on recently!

Trump Administration Turns It’s Back on Survivors Seeking Asylum, Advocates Remain Committed to Safety for All

November 13, 2018 by Adrienne Roach

In the last week, the Trump Administration once again demonstrated its antipathy towards victims of abuse and trafficking and those seeking asylum in the United States with several unprecedented announcements that will jeopardize survivors’ ability to safely enter the country and seek available legal protections to which they are entitled.