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Attendees will learn about factors that contribute to victimization and hear examples of students who have been the victims of kidnapping, abductions, and sexual exploitation in the college setting.
The presenter will also discuss the growing challenge of students who are caught up in commercial exploitation and the warning signs that this form of victimization may be happening in many communities.
Our dynamic and diverse team believes that all young people deserve to live in a world where they can thrive.
The Office of Equity Assurance Title IX WVU Peer Advocate Program invites you to One Love Dating/Domestic Violence Workshop Feb. WVU Title IX Peer Advocates will be present to facilitate discussion and provide support in safe space.
Additional considerations may be required where victims of trafficking have themselves engaged in criminal conduct.
In such cases, a more nuanced assessment of culpability is required in order to make appropriate, ethical charging decisions, and to determine the appropriate disposition at sentencing.
Other topics for discussion will include sexual assault, consent, bystander intervention and survivor support.
The One Love Escalation Workshop is a powerful, film-based workshop that opens people’s eyes to the warning signs of relationship abuse.
Prosecutors in these cases must be prepared for the possibility that when the case goes to trial, the victim may be absent.America's Missing Daughters: The Missing Women & Girls of Indian Country Tyesha Wood This workshop will discuss the growing problem of women and girls from tribal communities who are victims of exploitation, human trafficking, and abductions. Additionally, many Native women go missing in the U. and Canada, and their cases go uninvestigated or even unreported to law enforcement.Native women are at the highest risk of both physical and sexual assault and are over-represented as victims of human trafficking in communities across the U. This workshop suggests strategies for protecting Native women and recovering the missing.Break the Cycle inspires and supports young people 12 - 24 to build healthy relationships and create a culture without abuse.We are a culturally affirming organization that centers young people, caring adults, and communities in our prevention and intervention efforts.
This occurs not only by holding the offender accountable, but also assisting the victim(s) in these cases.