A Virtual Experience throughout October

The 28th Annual Santa Clara County Domestic Violence Conference will feature a series of webinars on October 15th and 22nd, 2021.  We are currently seeking workshop proposals to continue offering high quality training to professionals who work to prevent and respond to domestic violence.

We are seeking webinar presenters for this year’s Domestic Violence Conference related to the theme, Exploring the Intersections of Domestic Violence. All workshops must be 90 minutes and should feature best practices and research related to the theme and also allow time for questions and answers .  The exact date and time of each presentation will be negotiated with selected presenters. 

Submission Guidelines
Speakers must present in an educational, non-commercial, non-self-promotional manner. Please, no sales pitches.
We encourage submissions from speakers who represent a wide range of backgrounds, and we welcome speakers from outside of Santa Clara County.
Proposals must be submitted electronically using this form. 
Deadline for submission is August 20, 2021.

Conference Theme - Intersections of Domestic Violence
The high prevalence of domestic violence in our communities requires us to continually re-examine our prevention and response strategies, and recognize the complexity of the issue within our families and communities. This year’s Domestic Violence Conference will explore the intersections of domestic violence with other social issues, such as racism, anti-LGBTQ sentiment, child abuse, mental health, immigration, and sexual assault. Intimate partner violence requires community-specific strategies to promote health, wellness, and leadership among our diverse population. Participants will be provided with concrete tools and frameworks for understanding how to effectively engage in this work and cultivate safe and strong communities.

Audience
Workshops should address the needs of the wide variety of professionals who attend, including advocates, law enforcement, judicial officers, mental health professionals, court staff, educational providers, social service providers, medical professionals, government employees, criminal and civil attorneys, program administrators, survivors of violence, researchers, and interested members of the community.


For more information:
Visit www.SCCEndViolence.org
Email gbv@ceo.sccgov.org 

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* 1. Proposed workshop title:

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* 2. Main Presenter's Contact Information

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* 3. Provide the names and affiliations of additional speakers, if applicable.  (No more than three speakers preferred.)

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* 4. Target Audience

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* 5. Workshop Description (150 words max)

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* 6. How does your workshop relate to the Conference theme of "Intersections of Domestic Violence"?

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* 7. List 3-5 Learning Objectives

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* 8. Provide a short bio of Speaker #1.

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* 9. Provide a short bio of Speaker #2, if applicable.

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* 10. Provide a short bio of Speaker #3, if applicable.

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* 11. Provide the resume or CV of Speaker #1.

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* 12. Provide the resume or CV of Speaker #2, if applicable.

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* 13. Provide the resume or CV of Speaker #3, if applicable.

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