NCCASA’s 2016 Sexual Violence Primary Prevention Summit (November 9-10) will bring together around 200 people for two days of interactive dialogue, networking, training, and brainstorming. Topics will include the School to Prison Pipeline, applying intersectional social justice lenses to prevention work, increasing facilitation skills, healthy sexuality, youth engagement, and more. Attendees will hear from dynamic and thought-provoking keynote speakers, engage in small group discussions and workshops, hear “TED-talk style” presentations, and have opportunities to network with other colleagues and collaborators from across the state and country. The event is free, which means registration will fill up fast! You can register here!
If you have questions or would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact Jen Przewoznik at firstname.lastname@example.org!