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  Advocating for Victims' Rights in Tribal Courts
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  Building Resiliency within Child Abuse Organizations
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  CACs and SARTs Partnering for Sexual Violence Victims
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  Creating an Effective Identity Theft Coalition
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  Crime Victim Considerations for Parole Professionals
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  Developing an Effective Multidisciplinary Team
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  Domestic Violence
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  Engaging Survivors in Combating Human Trafficking
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  Forensic Interviewing in Tribal Communities
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  Forensic Interviewing Tribal Communities
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  Helping Victims of Financial Fraud
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  Implications of Adverse Childhood Experiences for Practitioners
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  Implications of Human Trafficking Federal Strategic Action Plan
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  Incorporating LGBTQ Victims’ Needs into Mainstream Victim Services
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  Incorporating Trauma-Informed Care Principles Into Practice
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  Innovative Practices in Victim Assistance and Compensation
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  Integrating Research Results Into Victim Services
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  Postconviction Exonerations and Victim Assistance
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  Responding to and Avoiding Crime Using Technology
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  Responding to Sexual Assault Victims through Military/Civilian Partnerships
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  Responding to Victims of Cyberbullying
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  Responding to Victims of Stalking on Campus
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  Serving Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse
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  Serving Trafficking Victims in Immigrant Communities
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  Serving Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Sexual Assault Victims
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  Teen Victimization in the Digital Age
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  Using Social Media to Assist Crime Victims
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  Victim Legal Assistance Networks: Needs Assessment/Planning Implementation
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  Working With Victims in Cold Hit DNA Cases
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OVC Web Forum Guest Host sessions offer an impressive roster of experts discussing best practices for a wide variety of victim issues. You can read about the experts in Guest Host Biographies. Check the following list for the topics that interest you and mark the dates for the upcoming session. For more information, questions, comments, or to suggest a topic, send an e-mail to OVCproviderforum@ncjrs.gov.


Current Sessions

March 2015–Scheduled for 03/25/15
Postconviction Exonerations and Victim Assistance
Join Katie Monroe, Senior Advocate for National Partnerships at the Innocence Project, and Karin Ho, former Administrator of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction’s Office of Victim Services, for the live discussion.


Past Sessions

February 2015–Held for 02/25/15
Developing an Effective Multidisciplinary Team
Join Jennifer Burkmire, advocate for children and a contract consultant for nonprofit organizations that provide social services, and Cynthia King, President of King & Associates, Inc., for the live discussion.

February 2015–Held on 02/11/15
Building Resiliency in Child Abuse Organizations
Join Shamele Hill, Director of Training and Community Engagement at the Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition in St. Louis, MO, and Karen Kalergis, President of Mani Partners Strategic Communications, for the live discussion.

January 2015–Held on 01/28/15
Engaging Survivors in Combatting Human Trafficking
Join Jean Bruggeman, Esq., OVC Human Trafficking Fellow and Rebecca Bender, survivor and founder of Rebecca Bender Ministries, for the live discussion.

January 2015–Held on 1/21/15
Serving Trafficking Victims in Immigrant Communities
Join Shannon Going, Attorney Director of Casa Cornelia Law Center’s Human Trafficking Program, and Carol Gomez, LCSW, founder and former director of Matahari: Eye of the Day, for the live discussion.

 

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