Working with Native Survivors and Tribal Communities

Thursday, May 5, 2022
10:00 am12:00 pm
Virtual Training on Zoom: Registration Required
Working with Native Survivors and Tribal Communities Virtual Training May 5th 2022 10am - 12pm CST

On National Day of Awareness for Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women & Girls (MMIWG), we are providing space to learn more about the rates and impacts of violence against Native Americans and Tribal communities, as well as how we as advocates can best support Indigenous survivors. This two-hour training is presented by Kirby Williams who is the Outreach Coordinator of the Native American Program at Legal Aid of Nebraska.
Objectives:

Dynamics, Overview, and Addressing Violence in Indian Country/Against Native People, including:
• Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Human/Sex Trafficking & Stalking
• Missing and Murdered Indigenous People (MMIP)
• Tribal Traditional Values Prior to Colonization
• Cultural Considerations
• Basic Tribal Jurisdiction & Law

Providing Advocacy and Shelter for Native Survivors of Violence
• General best practices for advocacy and shelter programs
• Program policy considerations

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