It will also explore how domestic and sexual violence movements can meet the unique needs of young people experiencing dating and domestic violence.In addition, the session will highlight lessons learned and recommendations from Queer Collaborations (Q-Lab), an OVW-funded project that provides full spectrum support, innovative prevention work, and intervention strategies for LGBTQ youth survivors of violence, while addressing the underlying conditions that create health and safety disparities for youth experiencing violence.Youth leaders from community-based social justice initiatives, including Bloomington PRIDE’s Prism Youth Community (@Prism Btown), will join together to share their experiences and perspectives.
A toolkit will be provided for the participating programs including information on how to start a conversation, how to mobilize teens and young adults, and tips on addressing dating abuse.#Youth Leaders Twitter Chat: Empowered Youth on the Margins – Activism in Action This chat will highlight youth-led social justice efforts at the intersections of oppression (racism, heterosexism, ableism, ageism, etc.) and violence.February is national Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.FYSB’s Family Violence Prevention and Services Program is proud to support the many events hosted by our grantees and partners this year by presenting public awareness campaigns, webinars, social media events, and radio shows that highlight healthy relationships.Respect Week Respect Week is hosted by the loveisrespect National Youth Advisory Board and offers a guide with activities that young people can do to raise awareness in their communities.
The guide promotes Wear Orange Day on Tuesday, February 9, and includes a Respect Week announcement.
They will also explore what peer educators can do to support LGBTQ youth and envision a world where all people can have access to loving, equitable relationships and communities.
Presented by Shannon Perez-Darby and Fatima Arian of the Northwest Network of Bisexual, Transgender, Lesbian & Gay Survivors of Abuse, this webinar is co-sponsored by the Office of Minority Health, in collaboration with FYSB's Family Violence Prevention and Services Program. Misinterpretations Between [email protected] Parents and their Children This webinar focuses on developing a deeper understanding of the misinterpretations between [email protected] parents and their child(ren) when addressing issues regarding healthy relationships, domestic violence, and sexual assault.
The toolkit, a collaborative project funded by FYSB, offers information, resources, tips, and tools drawn from both the RHY and DV/SA systems.
DV/SA advocates will find resources designed to enhance their understanding of homeless youth and the network of programs that exist to assist them.
Objetivos: 1) Identificar los roles de género que pueden interferir con sus expectativas, 2) Navegar por los medios de comunicación mientras mantienen sus valores, 3) Definir estratégias comprensivas para profundizar las conversaciones con [email protected] jóvenes [email protected] Working with [email protected] Communities to Prevent Teen Dating Violence: Strategies for Engagement and Creative Interventions This session will provide an overview of the culturally specific issues faced by [email protected] youth victims of teen dating violence. Davenport, executive director of Our House, Ozell Pace, Jr., culturally specific healthy relationship advocate, Undra Richardson, sexual assault prevention advocate and Felecia Thomas, healthy relationship director The New Normal: Understanding the Dating Culture and Dating Abuse in Today’s Society Loveisrespect will discuss current trends and social and cultural norms from a young person’s perspective.