NIWRC Peer-to-Peer Training Opportunity: Human Trafficking in Tribal Communities
July 27 - July 29
NIWRC is pleased to announce a Peer-to-Peer Training Opportunity for tribal domestic violence programs and shelters on human trafficking. The human trafficking of Indigenous people is rooted in the colonization of our people. The goal of this peer-to-peer training is to foster an informative, engaging, interactive learning experience in a virtual setting. This peer-to-peer will bring together tribal advocates from all parts of the country to talk about the work in their communities to address the human trafficking of Indigenous people. It will offer a wide range of intersecting topics such as domestic violence, child sex abuse, LGBTQ2S and work with vulnerable populations. It will also look at safety measures, best practices, the strength of survivors and the resilience of Indigenous people. Peer-to-peer training is hands on learning from our relatives in the movement. Please register early, we are limiting participation to twenty-five (25) to ensure interactive dialogue and conversation.