Welcome, rural grantees! Since 1998, Praxis has been providing training, technical assistance (TA) and networking opportunities to rural communities funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.
training! Rural grantees may use their OVW set-aside training funds to
cover travel expenses to attend all training listed here and do not need to get approval
from their OVW program specialist.
No registration fee.
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Rural Routes to Change Networking Sessions
Building Blocks--webinar trainings
BUILDING BLOCKS--TRAINING SESSIONS
Webinars on the core components of effective institutional and individual advocacy that improve outcomes for victims and accountability for offenders. These trainings are intended to provide in-depth perspective and thinking on relevant
issue from national and rural experts in the field. Registration is required. Please contact email@example.com if you do not receive registration confirmation. All calls take place the third Wednesday of each month from 2 - 3:15pm Central Time.
Watch for more webinar trainings in 2015
RURAL ROUTES TO CHANGE--WEBINAR NETWORKING
by Rose Thelen, Praxis TAP and expert on rural coordinated community responses,
Rural Routes to Change feature guests working to implement key CCR strategies
in rural communities to share their current experiences.
Watch for 2015 webinars
INSTITUTELarge groups of grantees and national experts gather for training on a range of topics.October 21 - 23, 2014
Building & Enhancing Rural Coordinated Criminal Justice Responses to Battering
An interdisciplinary training institute for rural granteesOverview of training:The training institute provided the latest research and information on best practices for coordinating
criminal justice system responses to battering. It also provided an opportunity
for teams to work together to integrate the information shared and develop
customized action plans for communities. Participants gained an understanding of how to build a CCR that prioritizes and implements solutions to better protect victims and
their children, hold offenders accountable, and maximize the efficacy of a local coordinated community response. Follow up resources available
March 26-28, 2014, 2014
Phoenix, AZThe Critical Role of Leadership: Coordinating Rural Interagency Response to Violence Against Women
training for advocates, coordinators, & leaders of coordinated
interagency efforts to improve community & systems responses to
ending violence against women
Overview of training:
institute focused on the key philosophies, skills, & methods of
organizing and maintaining successful rural interagency efforts to
improve community & system responses to all forms of violence
Follow up resources availableContact Janice Wick for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org, 218-525-0487, x251
critical-thinking and problem-solving events with a small group of rural advocates, practitioners, Praxis staff and a national expert.
Stay tuned for upcoming roundtables!
Contact Janice Wick for more information: email@example.com, 218-525-0487, x 251