The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) is one of the partner-beneficiaries of The Pixel Project. This post from NCADV outlines the details of the organization’s upcoming conference, which sees them collaborating with the National Organization of Men Against Sexism (NOMAS).
This is the last call to register for the upcoming NCADV conference being held from July 31 to August 4, 2010 at the Hilton Anaheim. Full details on registration and accommodations are available on the NCADV site.
The 2010 conference theme is Changing Faces of the Movement. We chose this theme to stimulate thoughtful dialogue and discussion around the changes, challenges and successes the domestic violence movement has undergone since its beginnings over 30 years ago.
NCADV is presenting this conference in conjunction with the National Organization for Men Against Sexism (NOMAS) and will be including their 35th National Conference on Men & Masculinity (M&M) and the 22nd Annual Men’s Studies Association (MSA) Meeting.
The conference includes plenary sessions on child custody and domestic violence, human trafficking, and the effect of domestic violence on teens and youth. Conference attendees can bring their children and have them participate in The Young Advocates For Peace Program which is open to children aged newborn to 18 years. (A small fee is charged for this program). Numerous workshops are also available to registrants.
Keynote speakers include: Michael Kimmel who will address men working against feminism; and Jenni Rivera, Gold and Platinum Award winning Mexican-American songwriter and recording artist who will speak on Sunday, August 4.
For a full conference agenda, visit the Conference Agenda page on the NCADV site.