This training module is part of the Coalition’s Fundamentals of Advocacy Training Institute and counts toward the 40 hours of foundational training required of all direct-service staff employed within Nebraska’s network of sexual and domestic violence victim service programs. This module explores intersectionality, privilege, and institutional inequities and their impact on sexual and domestic violence prevention, intervention, and advocacy.
NOTE: THIS TRAINING IS OPEN TO MEMBER PROGRAMS and TRIBAL PROGRAMS ONLY
A. To become aware of our biases and gaps that prevent everyone from receiving equitable services and support.
B. To increase awareness of our personal identities and how they impact the work every day.
C. To provide examples of how bias appears in direct service.
D. To be reminded of your deepest values and learn how to hold one another accountable without defensiveness, today and in the future. To recall the four steps of the Public Health Approach and the Nine Principles of Prevention.
E. To understand intersectionality, privilege, and institutional inequities and their impact on sexual and domestic violence prevention, intervention, and advocacy.
Prerequisites & Pre-work:
There are no prerequisites and no pre-work for this module.
There is no cost for this module
Technology Access Requirements:
This is a participatory training involving small- and large-group discussion and virtual activities. Audio and video capabilities are REQUIRED.