Deadline: 18 April 2016
End Violence Against Women International (EVAWI) is inviting abstracts for presentations to be given at their international conference on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence and Systems Change that promotes innovative techniques, unique approaches, and promising practices in responding to crimes of violence against women.
The EVAWI conference takes a multidisciplinary approach to training, bringing together the many professionals who respond to these crimes.
- Improve the care and response to victims of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, human trafficking, and elder abuse
- Improve collaboration among criminal justice and community professionals through a multidisciplinary approach
- Improve the investigation and prosecution of those who perpetrate gender-based violence
- Promote effective prevention and risk reduction programs
- Eliminating gender bias in law enforcement
- The Impact of Body-Worn Cameras and Privacy Challenges
- Multidisciplinary case review
- Developing and improving intimate partner violence and sexual assault investigation policies, protocols, and operating procedure
- Medical forensic exams and unfounded reports
- After the earthquake
- Creating systems change within law enforcement
- Supervising sex crimes and domestic violence investigators
- Conducting a self-assessment of your law enforcement agency’s response to gender-based crimes
- Investigations in the campus environment
- Investigations in the prison/jail/institutional environment
- Investigating sexual assault and domestic violence against victims with disabilities
- Innovation with respect to best practices
- Quality and originality
- Relevance to the field and multiple disciplines
- The extent to which the presentation identifies and addresses current and emerging issues in the field
- The extent to which the presentation bridges research and practice
How to Apply
Interested applicants can email the complete presentation applications at the address given on the website.
For more information, please visit End Violence Against Women International.