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NEXT WEEK - FREE Human Trafficking Awareness Webinars (WilmU)

by Michelle Wynne-Feigin on 2024-02-21T09:00:00-05:00 | 0 Comments

Human Trafficking Awareness Webinars presented by
The Criminal Justice Institute and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Wilmington University

These webinars are free, but registration is required.

10:00 am EST // Tuesday, February 27
Hidden Struggles: Understanding and Addressing Intimate Partner Violence Among Special Populations
Register here.
Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is a pervasive and complex issue that affects individuals from all walks of life. However, when it comes to special populations — those facing unique challenges and vulnerabilities — the impact of IPV can be particularly severe and often overlooked. This presentation aims to shed light on the intersection of IPV with specific groups who may be at increased risk or face distinct barriers when seeking help or support.

2:00 pm EST // Tuesday, February 27
Unraveling Intergenerational Trauma: Building Resilience Towards Collective Well-Being
Register here.
Register here.Emerging theories of intergenerational trauma have shown biological evidence for the transmission of trauma from one generation to the subsequent generation. How does intergenerational trauma affect individuals and to what extent does it impact someone’s well-being? Through an introduction to key theorist and their studies, this session will explore the origins and transmission of trauma across generations. As we acknowledge the magnitude of this phenomenon as well as current and ongoing research, we will focus on cultivating resilience strategies as a path towards breaking the cycle of intergenerational trauma and moving communities towards collective well-being.

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