- Is your organization funded to work with survivors of sexual assault?
- Do you need more information about who perpetrators target and why?
- Do you have questions about how the legal rights of and remedies for SA and DV survivors differ?
- Do you want to learn how to better identify sexual assault survivors’ most urgent legal needs?
The Victim Rights Law Center invites you to participate in Understanding Sexual Assault and Victimization: Building the Foundation for Civil Legal Advocacy, a free, online course that consists of an interactive, web-based training module; a series of short, self-directed assignments; and a live, instructor-led webinar on Thursday, November 30th, from 10 –11:30 AM Pacific (1–2:30 PM Eastern). The course will establish the basic differences between non-intimate partner sexual assault and domestic violence, address the dynamics of victimization and perpetration, and introduce why the civil legal system is needed to meet the most urgent needs of sexual assault survivors.
Space is limited so we recommend that you register soon!
What: OVW-Approved Online Course for LAV Grantees
Topic: Introduction to dynamics of sexual assault victimization and perpetration; legal responses
When: Self-paced components available now; Webinar on November 30th, 10–11:30AM PST (1–2:30PM EST)
For: Attorneys, Advocates, Victim Service Providers (LAV grantees / grant partners)